ColourSpace   Joe Blundell   Entanglement Of Nature   OneFortyOne (2)


Entanglement Of Nature, Joe Blundell
122 x 168, Oil on canvas

Joe Blundell

Blundell captures Melbourne’s street scenes through photo-realism. The son of an architect, Blundell’s love of buildings is in his DNA. He’s always been spellbound by buildings and how they stand with the changing light. His works are inspired by our very own city, Melbourne.

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, ” - Blundell. 

Head Space, Seven Dragons OneFortyOne John Petrie
Head Space, Seven Dragons OneFortyOne John Petrie
Head Space, Seven Dragons OneFortyOne John Petrie
Head Space, Seven Dragons OneFortyOne John Petrie

John Petrie 

Petrie is an award winning Artist and Sculptor; his mediums are Acrylics on Canvas and Ceramic Sculptures. John is a painter and sculptor who combines classical and modern techniques to produce a remarkable body of work which highlights his extraordinary artistic vision.

Petrie Inspired by the beautiful array of wildlife he observes from his studio in Brighton, he paints directly from the subjects – animals at play and during flight capturing the momentariness of the ever-changing appearance of nature.  His depictions of his subjects are illuminated by vivid arrays of colour and broadly painted brushstrokes.

The colours are bright and wonderful, moving across the canvas with ease; the forms are intricate, depicting many creatures within the layer of the canvas. Part of the uniqueness of Petrie’s artistic ability is that separate sections of his canvas fuse together to form a complete cohesive image.

“The Artist believes that the mind is the only true reality and objects of knowledge exist solely as aspects of your mind’s awareness. The Artist isolates that moment in time, reconnecting the beholder with their own inner, imagined landscapes within their own mind,” - John Petrie.

Alpine 2, Alpine 7,Penny Prangnell
Alpine 2, Alpine 7,Penny Prangnell
Alpine 2, Alpine 7,Penny Prangnell
Alpine 2, Alpine 7,Penny Prangnell

Penny Pragnell 

For the last three years, Prangnell’s full time work allowed her to see Melbourne from above. Although she enjoyed every single moment of it, she’s been itching to see something other than cityscape, suburbia and developments. This series was Prangnell’s first ever, designed to push Prangnell outside her comfort zone, take a risk, test her skills, and mix up her photographic style in the realm of aerial photography.

To create these images, Prangnell hired a pilot and light aircraft to fly around the picturesque slopes of the alpine region in Victoria. Whilst this was the most enjoyable aspect of this series, it was by far the most difficult. Almost all aspects of the flight were foreign to her, including the airport, pilot, aircraft and topography of the land. This made the effort of capturing an image against the bright white snow all the more challenging.




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