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INHABITANTS

Brock Q. Piper

Exhibition: 9th - 23rd February, 2019 Opening: Saturday, 9th February, 3-5pm

Rachael McCully-Kerwick

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Hayden Jackson

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Hayden Jackson

Hayden Jackson (b.1991) is an emerging artist living and working in the town of Seaspray, on the south-eastern coast of Victoria, Australia. Jackson uses litres of acrylic and enamel paint to create loosely painted abstracts of immense presence and power. Across such a large surface Jackson is able to manipulate and control the movement of the paint, tilting and manoeuvring the large stretchers physically to convey line and depth. “My work is an emotional response to my surroundings. Through colour, shape and texture I explore my relationship with the outside world. I draw influence from certain triggers in my life and outside environments.” - Hayden Jackson


Hayden Jackson, Inhabitants 1, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 135cm


Hayden Jackson, Inhabitants 2, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 135cm


Hayden Jackson, Inhabitants 3, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 135cm


Hayden Jackson, Inhabitants 4, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 135cm


Hayden Jackson, Inhabitants 5, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 135cm


Rachael McCully-Kerwick

Rachael McCully-Kerwick (b. 1982) is an abstract painter from Melbourne whose works are characterised by the use of bold shapes, balanced compositions and often muted colour palettes. Completing a Bachelor of Contemporary Arts in 2005, Rachael trialled different creative mediums over the years before returning to the brush, but one element that has always been central to her work is her quest for creating harmonious compositions. “The simplicity of a composition (at least in the viewer’s eye) and sense of harmony through balance and colour is hugely important to me. Maintaining a certain level of calm energy is a priority for me due to my tendency toward anxiety and panic, and I think this is why my work is quite minimal. It’s a visual relief for my mind and I think this is what collectors have also been drawn to; we’re all so bombarded by content on our devices and it’s becoming increasingly hard to switch off – we all need time to just pause and create space in our head.” - Rachael McCully-Kerwick


Rachael McCully-Kerwick, Somewhere En Route to La La Land, 2018, 130 x 160cm, oil, enamel & acrylic on canvas


Rachael McCully-Kerwick, He Said He Liked The Devil In Me, 2018, oil & acrylic on canvas, 130 x 160cm


Rachael McCully-Kerwick, Five Ways To Make Friends In The Dark, 2018, acrylic & enamel on canvas, 100 x 180cm


Rachael McCully-Kerwick, Ode To Friendship, 2018, oil, acrylic & enamel on canvas, 100 x 180cm


Rachael McCully-Kerwick, How To Be Diplomatic, 2019, oil & acrylic on canvas, 150 x 100cm


Rachael McCully-Kerwick Welcome To The Suburbs, 2018, oil & acrylic on canvas, 75 x 60cm

Rachael McCully-Kerwick Heatwave, 2018, oil & acrylic on canvas, 75 x 60cm


Rachael McCully-Kerwick Sunday, 4pm, 2018, oil & acrylic on canvas, 75 x 60cm

Rachael McCully-Kerwick Absent Mim and Hollyhocks, 2018, oil & acrylic on canvas, 75 x 60cm


Brock Q. Piper

Brock Q. Piper (b. 1985) currently lives and works in Melbourne, VIC. Growing up on a farm nestled in the valleys of the snowy mountains, he was taught oil painting by his grandmother at the age of four. Piper’s work is a personal reflection of his life experiences, aimed at discovering truth through an exploration of time, death, shamanism and nature. “The importance of honesty and the execution of honesty within my work has been becoming more of a concern to the work as I get older. I am always fighting between having time to pursue all interests at once. But since coming to LA a new focus has been instilled in my work.” - Brock Q. Piper


Brock Q. Piper, Leda And The Aspersion Of Medial Intervention, 2018, mixed media on canvas, 140 x 140cm


Brock Q. Piper, Holofernes And The Trial Of Caravaggio, 2018, mixed media on canvas, 100 x 100cm


Brock Q. Piper, Composition no. 2, 2018, mixed media on canvas, 100 x 100cm


Brock Q. Piper The Critique, Conquest at Chernobyl, 2018, mixed media on canvas, 80 x 80cm

Brock Q. Piper Caravan Hypertension, 2018, mixed media on canvas, 80 x 80cm

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Inhabitants - Rachael McCully-Kerwick, Hayden Jackson & Brock Q. Piper  

'Inhabitants' brings together the work of three Victoria-based abstractionists: Rachael McCully-Kerwick, Brock Q. Piper & Hayden Jackson....

Inhabitants - Rachael McCully-Kerwick, Hayden Jackson & Brock Q. Piper  

'Inhabitants' brings together the work of three Victoria-based abstractionists: Rachael McCully-Kerwick, Brock Q. Piper & Hayden Jackson....

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