Contemporary Art, Investment Art, Ceramics, Sculpture, Art Gallery Katoomba
Living in the Blue Mountains, I am immersed in the way mist and cloud surrender details of the landscape by slowly revealing the mystery inherent in nature.
I am exploring this; similar to the way we see images from the clouds or objects [pareidolia] we make sense of what we see.
I see my work as exploring the boundary between the figurative to abstraction.
Call to Home conjures universal and infinitely private memories of home, family and identity as a Burmese-Australian artist.
A contemporary Australian artist who lives and works in the mid-north coast of NSW. She creates artworks with a variety of mediums, such as acrylic, oil, watercolour, and resin. Her education in art has been self-directed, with the undeniable influences of fellow artists. She has sold artwork locally and internationally, fulfilled commissions and won awards in exhibitions.
Her artworks explore the concept of the earth’s surface in a nostalgic way, investigating the dynamics of our environment and manipulating its effects to create a sometimes altered meaning. She often references recognisable forms, such as landscapes, seascapes, and flowers, but also deconstructs them to the extent that meaning is shifted and interpretation becomes multifaceted. She invites viewers to engage with her artworks on an emotional and intellectual level, challenging them to question their perception and understanding of the natural world.
David J Moore:
With a name like mine (David Moore) being identical with one of Australia’s most eminent photographers, you could understand my reluctance to pursue a career in photography. That was my excuse anyway!
I’m 69 now, and I have only entered a photographic competition once, in far off Japan, where I lucked out by winning the Special Prize in the first ever Japan Times Photo Contest in 2004, awarded by Ryutaro Hashimoto, then Prime Minister of Japan.
I realised that I wanted to use photography as a vehicle to express the Nature of Beauty. Since then, I’ve dedicated my efforts towards producing images that could show all of us something of the Beauty of Nature.
Les Quick is a retired Visual Arts teacher from Orange, New South Wales. As a multiple disciplinary artist, Les produces paintings, sculptures and photography. Les works in oils and acrylics in his painting practice, where he seeks to create landscapes that invite the viewer to travel through the environment and explore the pathways created by tonal passages and lineal cues in his paintings.
Other genres include portraits, still life and narratives. Les is inspired by Jackson Pollock, Fredrick McCubbin, Arthur Boyd, Arthur Streeton and Neo Abstract Impressionists.
j.b. Moran Dias, Aerial, 2006, enamel on canvas, 152 x 122cm
j.b. Moran-Dias, Call to Home, Communion, 2023, acrylic on canvas, 25 x 25cm - SOLD
j.b. Moran-Dias, Call to Home, Post Birthday Talk, 2023, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 30cm
j.b. Moran-Dias, Sentinel without Sound, 2023, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 40cm - SOLD
j.b. Moran Dias, Call to Home, Symbiosis, 2023, acrylic on canvas, 25 x 20cm
j.b. Moran Dias, Call to Home, Emperors Puff, 2023, acrylic on canvas, 25 x 20cm
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