A Multifaceted Trio Show
18th – 29th July 2018
Opening Night Wednesday 18th July, 6pm – 8pm
When plants grow in nature, they grow in layers, overlapping, merging and meeting with each other rounding out a sense of three dimensions. Variance of size, colour and texture connects all the layers and creates a great overall look which is beautiful, and draws you in.
So too will the works of painter John Kovacevic, ceramicist Somchai Charoen and sculptor Dan Lorrimer as their works come together for LAYERED, an immersive exhibition presented in three striking material dimensions.
Kovacevic’s ‘Plein Air’ oil paintings are aimed at capturing the beauty, fragility, rawness and essence of the Australian landscape. Working with strong vibrant colours that reflect the glaring Australian light and using energetically layered brush marks,
Ceramic slip cast mould is a simple way to create objects both of simple or complex forms and then reproduce them. Charoen likes to challenge his skill by making a mould that will explore the idea and possibilities of what mould making technique can be. His ‘Jaegun’ (vase) works showcase how he can create a number of pieces connected in different ways by in flexible arrangements.
‘Space Displace Micro’ is an ongoing series by Lorrimer of small sculptural objects. The series intends to generate forms that project a multitude of energetic forces, gravity, fluidity and speed. Each piece is made up of multiple pillars creating grid formations that reference both synthetic and natural crystalline structures. These formations could be orbiting in space, resting at the bottom of a crater or sitting in the palm of your hand.
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