EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS #2 - Directors Choice 2020

EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS #2 - Directors Choice 2020

Mitchell Fine Art Gallery Fortitude Valley Brisbane

DIRECTORS CHOICE EXHIBITION HIGHLIGHTS #2

Showing until 21st March 2020

Gloria Petyarre Medicine Leaves 119x120cm

'Medicine Leaves' MK18113
Gloria Petyarre
$8,700
119 x 120cm | acrylic on linen

Gloria Petyarre is a dynamic force in Australian art. Througout her career, Gloria has been an ambassador for the art of her region and her highly inoovative and direct style has placed her in a unique position within the comtemporary Aboriginal art movement.

This painting shows Gloria's depiction of 'Medicine Leaves', a bush that grows in the Atnangkere country near Utopia in Central Australia.

The leaves are collected by the women of the Anmatyerre tribe and used for tradtiional healing.

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David Hayes art

'Long Time Love'
David Hayes
$1,500
30 x 30cm | acrylic and resin on board

David Hayes is a Brisbane based artist who works in acrylic and resin. His work is rooted in pop culture stylistically but explores the changing themes of masculinity via metaphors and juxtapositions of theme, colour and work titles.

Some of his influences include traditional figures of the pop art movement including Warhol, Lichtenstein and Ramos, yet he continues to evolve the style with influences of current artists such as Kehinde Wiley, Richard Philips and Jeff Koons.

David Hayes has been a finalist in numerous art prizes including the Black Swan Art Prize, Blake Art Prize, Mosman Art Prize, Gallipoli Art Prize, Brisbane Portrait Prize.

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Gertie Huddleston paintings

'Gardens of Ngukurr' A3456
Gertie Huddleston
$4,100
59 x 87cm | acrylic on linen

Gertie Huddleston was born in the Roper River area in the Gulf of Carpenteria, Northern Territory. As a young girl she and her sisters grew up in the Mission community and attended the mission school. Gertie’s childhood was heavily influenced by the local missionaries, the girls learned embroidery and sewing and were taught to grow vegetables and flowers.

Gertie’s paintings are an intricate, busy map like narrative depicting different detailed landscape scenes of her homelands at Ngukurr, the Roper River community in the Northern Territory. 

Sadly Gertie passed away in 2013.

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Peter Hudson paintings

'The Passage' 

Peter Hudson
$10,000
196 x 97cm | oil on board 
2019 Tattersall's Club Landscape Art Prize Finalist

Queensland artist Peter Hudson draws largely on contemporary Australian history for inspiration in his art making. He travels around Australia painting en plein air to capture the spirit or essence of place.

He has been particularly influenced by a keen interest in Aboriginal Australian post colonisation. He has spent much time in the North Tanami desert in Gurindji country after becoming intrigued with the Wave Hill walkoff.

As such his paintings and drawings have a deep connection to country and the natural world. Science, mythology, evolution and magic all blend to create a subject matter particular to him.

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