Thursday, February 3, 2011

Scape: group exhibition

Carla Hananiah_Resplendent_2010_Oil on Board_
91.5cm x 120cm
Jessica Mackney_Horology #1_2010_Enamel
screenprint on glass_177.5 x 43 x 8.4cm

Petra Svoboda_Palm I_2010_Ceramic,
Metallic Glaze_50 x 30 x 18cm

Artereal has reopened for 2011 with our first exhibition Scape which brings together three approaches to landscape.

Three individual points of view and responses to the phenomena that surround us and shape us are expressed in the romantic and emotive landscapes of Carla Hananiah; the pictorial memoires of the pleasures of the everyday of Jessica Mackney in her continuing study of identity through landscape; and the wry consumerist commentary in the fanciful dioramas with flaccid mirror-glazed ceramic palm trees of Petra Svoboda.

Scape offers a selection of work by emerging artists and recent art school graduates. These are three early career artists who are advancing through the filter of award and prize exhibitions. In 2010 Carla Hananiah was a finalist in the Blacktown Art Prize, John Leslie Art Prize, Waverly Art Prize and Fisher's Ghost Art Prize whilst Jessica Mackney was a finalist in the 2010 RBS Emerging Artist Award.

Scape can be seen at Artereal Gallery until 28 February 2011.

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