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INTRODUCING V Matt Chun, Shane Drinkwater, Anna Glynn, Dai Li, Natasha Walsh 28 March to 22 April 2017


â–ś MATT CHUN Working from Sydney, Taipei and my open studio in Bermagui, I use a variety of media to make images of people and places.


Matt Chun, Andrew 2016, pencil & acrylic on plywood, 120 x 120cm


Matt Chun, Annalisa 2017, pencil and acrylic on plywood, 120 x 100cm


Matt Chun, Liam 2017, pencil and acrylic on plywood, 120 x 100cm


Matt Chun, Abdul 2017, pencil and acrylic on plywood, 120 x 100cm


Matt Chun, Six 2017, pencil and acrylic on plywood, 120 x 100cm


â–ś SHANE DRINKWATER I delve into the act of painting with a minimum repertoire of visual elements, using repetitive mark making, aiming for a maximum visual intensity.


Shane Drinkwater, Blue sleep 2017, acrylic on paper on canvas, 51 x 51cm


Shane Drinkwater, Field trip 6 2017 acrylic on paper, 51 x 51cm

Shane Drinkwater, Field trip 7 2017 acrylic on paper, 51 x 51cm


Shane Drinkwater, Up 2017, acrylic on paper on canvas, 51 x 51cm; Liquid 1 2017, acrylic on canvas, 51 x 51cm; Red story 2017, acrylic on canvas, 51 x 51cm


Shane Drinkwater, Star pattern 2017 acrylic on paper, 51 x 51cm

Shane Drinkwater, Star collection 2017 acrylic on canvas, 51 x 51cm


Shane Drinkwater, Red list 2017 acrylic on canvas, 51 x 51cm


Shane Drinkwater, Slide 10 2017 acrylic on paper, 51 x 51cm

Shane Drinkwater, Slide 9 2017 acrylic on paper, 51 x 51cm


Shane Drinkwater, Track 2017, acrylic on paper, 51 x 51cm


â–ś ANNA GLYNN In Above and Below I express my curiosity and wonderment with the elegant, complex rhythms and patterns of the natural world, referencing the parallel between forms in nature above and below the sea.


Anna Glynn, Above and Below 2016, moving image, 1920 x 1080HD - 2:45mins, edition of 5


▶ DAI LI I find waiting rooms interesting. They are like gathering places for strangers, each with different motives, emotions and moods, either excitement and/ or trepidation of an unknown future. However they also share something in common, “waiting”. A place for a pause and reflection before next steps.


Dai Li, Waiting Room No.9, 2017 stoneware, 31 x 11 x 10cm

Dai Li, Waiting Room No.11, 2017 stoneware, 29 x 10 x 10cm


Dai Li, Waiting Room No.13, 2017 stoneware, 30 x 10 x 9cm

Dai Li, Waiting Room No.21, 2017 stoneware, 31 x 11 x 9cm

Dai Li, Waiting Room No.34, 2017 stoneware, 29.5 x 11 x 10.5cm


â–ś NATASHA WALSH In this series of paintings I have begun to examine the fragility of the self and the perception of the image as timeless through the genre of the self-portrait.


Natasha Walsh, alchemical portrait 2, 2016 oil on copper, 6 x 3.7cm

Natasha Walsh, alchemical portrait 1, 2016 oil on copper, 6 x 3.2cm


Natasha Walsh, reflection 2016, oil on copper, 16.5 x 14.3cm


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Introducing V  

This is the fifth exhibition in our Introducing series. The show aims to showcase the work of a small group of artists who are new to the Ga...

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