Still life work.
444 South Road Marleston SA 5000
Millar-Baker uses digital technology to carefully render place through photographic assemblage, layering details found in a landscape to create an alternative narrative.
To augment the visual appeal of his paintings, Dale Frank works directly onto glass and Perspex to capture a reflective element canvas does not offer.
Detail is important in a visual imagination, but it also punctuates an individual’s memory. This exhibition draws together artworks made since 2002 by Noel McKenna that are also highly personal and idiosyncratic maps.
What do horses dream of? Coinciding with the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, Noel McKenna’s exhibition The Curragh was all about horses and their training. Equally, though, it was about the interior life of the unknowable other.
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