Journeying inward to discover nature and elements of self, four artists show intimate aspects of their daily life and art practice in an exhibition at the Butter Factory Arts Centre, Cooroy, from this Friday until the end of November.
These provoking works explore very different art materials. Appreciating the smaller details of nature, Cliff Bauer dives deep into landscape portraying the beauty and fragility of nature through painting. While Sylvia Free manipulates glass to create exquisite 3D forms capturing pure moments in time.
“It’s always exciting matching 3D work with 2d work, the interplay between the shapes, the colours and even the shadows makes for a really interesting curation.” Arts centre co-ordinator Alicia Sharples said.
Depicting the struggle of daily life, Vit Martinek’s ceramic sculptures explore the interplay of delicate forms. Combined with Anna Howard’s depth of colour and composition, guide viewers into memories and aspects of an artists’ life.
The exhibition opens Friday 18 October, at 6pm, and runs through to 26 November.
Entry is free.
The arts centre is at 11A Maple Street Cooroy. Visit online at http://www.butterfactoryartscentre.com.au/current-exhibition.html