Monthly Archive: June 2020

Q & A with Louise Tate

Q & A with Louise Tate

Boom’s Gallery Manager Dylan recently interviewed current exhibiting Artist Louise Tate. Read on for some insight into her practice. DF: I am interested to hear about your upbringing, have you always been creative? Did you want to be an artist when you ‘grew up’? LT: I grew up in the hills of a small town... Read more
Louise Tate, Getting warmer

Louise Tate, Getting warmer

Getting warmer imagines a luminous otherworldly landscape in which bodies softly fade into the hot afternoon sun. After a summer full of smoke that saw skies turn pink, orange, red and black, I began to image these strangely beautiful landscapes that were mostly devoid of human life. Drawn from the Victorian bush, the lush rainforest... Read more
Ariana Luca, Unfold, Fragment and Disperse

Ariana Luca, Unfold, Fragment and Disperse

Unfold, Fragment and Disperse, explores how non-representational drawing and painting processes can capture the physical movements, gestures and decisions of the artist. Through works on paper and board, Ariana Luca explores how the process of constructing an abstract composition can be captured and reflected within the surfaces of the works themselves. In this series, each... Read more

Shane Drinkwater, Quietly Spoken

“These works express my ongoing interest in repetitive mark making, I continue to explore favourite themes such as:  astronomy, maps, codes…” “Painting is something I’ve always needed to do and I’m enjoying it more and more: it’s the joy of putting colour, shape and gesture on a surface. I’m interested in the making! I delve... Read more