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Exhibition at Dudley House

Whether you are drawn to the Australian bush, amazed by intricate patterns in nature or vibe to an 80's soundtrack, this exhibition is for you.

In this captivating exhibition, our monochromatic creations become a canvas for shared childhood memories, sparking a sense of wonder and nostalgia.

 

Venue:

Dudley House,

View Street, Bendigo

Launch Event:

Thursday 18th April, 7.30pm

Exhibition Open Days/Times:

10am - 4pm daily

Friday 19 to Sunday 21 April 

Wednesday 24 to Sunday 28 April

Artist Statement:

A collection of memories developed through monochrome art experimentation.  Memories of growing up on a 50 acre bush block at Marong.

 

Monochromatic pieces present art in its simplest form.  Through experimentation with traditional and non-traditional mediums, Kim has developed a range of unique artworks creating a sense of atmosphere, mood and emotion.

 

Artworks are inspired by my own childhood memories, patterns in nature, native flora and fauna, iconic buildings, moments in time, childhood pets, hobbies and typically Aussie memorabilia that many will relate to.

 

I have a real passion for black and white.  By limiting the palette to a black, white and shades of grey, it allows the viewer to really see the artwork without being distracted by colour. By removing colour, other elements are accentuated, and the focus is directed to the relationship between light, shadow and texture.

 

Visitors may relate to my childhood experiences, conjuring up their own memories. They will also enjoy learning that many of the pieces were produced from recycled products and items from nature.

The exhibition will also include monochromatic artworks produced by participants of my weekly Art for Wellbeing class ‘2inspire Creatives’.

I am grateful to be able to present this exhibition as part of Artists on View with the support of The City of Greater Bendigo and Bendigo Venues & Events (BV&E).

More details of artworks to come closer to the event...

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