Texture: Paintings and drawings by Susan Chenery
Next Occurrence : 21 Aug 2019
The work created for this exhibition is based on animals in our world. They are caught in the wrong place due to our changing climate affecting the habitats of all species.
A number of works are animals drawn for the sake of their beauty, looking cute in their own frames.
To underline the use of texture, many works have been painted on a different surface texture be it rough cold pressed watercolour paper, wood, raffia, seagrass, embossed paper or wallpaper.
The 80 Thousand, a name that refers to the approximate numbers of koalas left on earth and places one of the last koalas, the one with blue eyes, stranded on a rock in an unknown sea or the Three Bears being bought out of hibernation by an early thawing and then caught in an unwelcome snow storm.
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