Andrew Weatherill – Resident Artist
Apr 19 10:00 am–Apr 24 5:00 pm| Free
(Shifted Vision, Aquatint & drypoint, intaglio 19 x 38cm)
Both the Streeton family and QG&W felt it was of most importance that Streeton Prints was realised for the public. Additionally, QG&W takes this unique opportunity to inform the general public on the ‘influence’ and ‘inspiration’ Sir Arthur Streeton has left behind over the past century.
To demonstrate this, QG&W will host nine artists who will work in the gallery during the exhibition. The artists’ methods, their approach and specific ways in which Sir Arthur Streeton has impacted their signature style will form the secondary purpose for the Streeton Prints exhibition.
Impressions of everyday subject matter conveyed through tone and colour, like those contributed by Arthur Streeton to the 9 by 5 Impression Exhibition, demonstrate what it means to capture only as much as one is sure of seeing.
I strive to capture the essence of the ephemeral nature of my environment in the artworks I produce. Using layers of line, pattern and colour to challenge how we see space and our surroundings.
Resident artists’ information: Joel Wolter Mar 3 – 6 | Philip Davey Mar 8 – 13 | Emmy Mavroidis Mar 15 – 20 | Adam Nudelman Mar 22 – 27 | Amanda Firenze Mar 29 – Apr 3 | Michelle Joy Caithness Apr 5 – 10 | Soula Mantalvanos Apr 12 – 17 | Andrew Weatherill Apr 19 – 24 | James Pasakos Apr 26 – 30.
View the exhibition online