The catalogue for Home’s ‘Colour & Form’ exhibition has finally been produced. The exhibition staged during Art Month in 2018 featured a stellar line-up of practitioners of non-objective and hard edge abstraction in two and three-dimensional forms.
Now available from the gallery, the artworks featured in the catalogue are supported by essays from writers Vanessa Berry and Sharne Wolff.
“…for all their variations in style, artists who work with abstraction use colour and form to play on our associations, transposing our thoughts and perceptions. Sometimes this is an immersive and quiet experience, and other times an exuberant one, and often our engagement is one of transcendence. The works in Colour and Form carry us into their internal worlds, as they are drawn into connection, across the decades…”
taken from the essay ‘Internal Logic’ by Vanessa Berry
Pictured from left is Sydney Ball, Canto XXI, 2003, screenprint Tomislav Nikolic, I don’t intend to understand, 2015, acrylic, marble dust, 13.5ct white gold leaf on linen and wood and Angela Brennan, Potami, 2014, earthenware.
Sydney Ball is represented by Sullivan & Strumpf, Sydney.
Tomislav Nikolic painting exhibited courtesy of art consultant Kate Smith.
Tomislav Nikolic is represented by Fox Jensen Gallery.
Angela Brennan is represented by Roslyn Oxley Gallery, Sydney and Niagara Galleries, Melbourne.