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Blundell’s series of paintings of Melbourne are about the passage of time, and a distillation of how he experiences the city visually – his unique take on it if you will. Every artist sees things in their own way. Anyone who has had the privilege of standing in front of one of Monet’s haystack paintings will probably never look at light and shadow in the same way again. That’s art.
Bridge Road into the City
Oil on Linen
122h x 102w cm
This is one of the largest of sixteen stencils Eggleton completed in 2017. All of which depict a vivid monochrome dream of my own, and how a woman will always appear, tempting me further into subconsciousness.
Acrylic on wood
120h x 60w cm
Inspired by Lysterfield Park at the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges, this piece is a symbol of a transformational time and re-creating oneself a new. Time well spent through rest and recreation can yield successful results when combined with a well thought out and executed vision. “Lysterfield Trees” was created using a palette knife, a tool that Varga cannot work without.
Created over the evolutionary time period of one year, this painting transformed through layers and sequential events in Varga’s life and never had a defined outcome from the beginning. Pleased to say it showed her what it wanted to become and one day it revealed itself as one of Melbourne’s most energetic hotspots and places of interest. Like its creative process, this painting is full of mystery, depth and a sense of richness that go beyond time and space.
Centre Place, Melbourne
Acrylic on canvas
101h x 152w cm
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