5 to 18 September 2010
Three local artists introduce an eclectic mix of work exploring relationship, desire and the pure aesthetic.
Judith’s concerns are with the reaction of memory to that which is destroyed. Through the destruction of her work she combines traces of memory, events and natural forces, using complex symbolic imagery.
Belinda uses clothing, symbolism and studies from nature as metaphor for woman. Her work refers to and reflects but also questions the beauty of the trappings used by woman in her desire to be desired.
Carolyn’s prints explore colour and form through the abstraction of natural and everyday objects. Influences in both composition and colour derive from early twentieth century avant-garde art movements.