Mirabela Varga

ColourSpace   Alumina   Mirabela Varga   Centre Place, Melbourne (2)

Centre Place, Melbourne
Acrylic on Canvas
“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 goes beyond time and space.”

ColourSpace   Alumina   Mirabela Varga   A Playful Heart (1)

A Playful Heart
Acrylic on canvas
“An explosive celebration of joy infused with colour, texture, and visceral fun. Life is a joy and every day is a gift.”

ColourSpace   Alumina   Mirabela Varga   Waterlilies

Acrylic on canvas
“Your only work is to love yourself and embody this truth of self-worth and self-love so that you can be love in action. That is true service, to yourself and to those who surround you.”

Nadine Dudek

ColourSpace   Alumina   Nadine Dudek   Standing In Wait

Standing In Wait
Watercolour on paper
“Flamingos are a delight to paint. Subtle shadows cast by the strong curves bring the subject to life with the inclusion of warm yellows giving a sun-kissed feel. This piece is painted on rough Arches watercolour paper. The texture of the surface allows dry brush strokes to further convey a feeling of light. The work is based on a Caribbean Flamingo, one of the largest of all the Flamingos.”

ColourSpace   Alumina   Nadine Dudek   Jabiru (1)

Watercolour on paper
“The Black-necked stork often referred to as a Jabiru, is the only stork in Australia. Despite its name, the long neck of the bird is covered with beautiful glossy purple and green feathers that are wonderfully captured with phthalo turquoise, quinacridone violet, and indigo pigments. When lifting highlights with a damp brush the staining quality of the pigments leaves behind an iridescent sheen.”

ColourSpace   Alumina   Nadine Dudek   Nankeen Kestrel (1)

Nankeen Kestrel
Watercolour on paper
“Birds of prey are a favourite subject. Most of the work in the painting goes to capturing an intensity in the face to draw the viewer’s eye. The pose of the bird helps convey a regal nature and Burnt Sienna watercolour perfectly captures the warmth of the plumage. While Nankeen Kestrels are highly patterned, the looseness of the piece allows a less is more approach, with only a few spots to suggest patterning without overworking.”

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