Monthly Archive: May 2021

Stacey McCall, Autumn

Stacey McCall, Autumn

“At the beginning of Autumn 2020 we moved our family of seven to Toolamba, a small town in the Goulburn Valley north of Melbourne, where my husband and I have been growing walnuts for the past 20 years. It was harvest time, so it was all hands on, but when harvest was done I had... Read more
Rowena Martinich, Flux

Rowena Martinich, Flux

  “The process of making the paintings in Flux requires a kind of dance. A series of extensions, bends, twists and delicate steps as I transition across the canvas that is laden on the floor. My arms, legs, torso and hands all co-ordinate to glide large brushes across the surface. I pre-empt my moves as... Read more
Skye Jefferys, Flux

Skye Jefferys, Flux

“My approach to painting is similar to meditation, there is a ‘letting-go’ of all the noise and expectation and allowing an energetic vibration to flow onto the canvas through the paintbrush. Sometimes this can be a dynamic and full-body experience, moving around and on top of the artwork horizontally or taping canvas to the wall... Read more