Home is pleased to be exhibiting a suite of new paintings by Chelsea Lehmann in October.
Chelsea Lehmann has exhibited extensively in Australia for the past two decades and has been the recipient of several awards, grants, local and International residencies.
Her most recent exhibitions include Persona (Flinders Street Gallery, Sydney, 2020); June (MARS Gallery, Melbourne, 2019); Bad Mannerism (Galerie pompom, Sydney, 2018) and The Articulate Surface (UNSW Galleries, Sydney, 2018).
She is a lecturer in Drawing at the National Art School and completed a PhD at UNSW Art & Design in 2019.
“The immediate appeal of Chelsea Lehmann’s work is the fluid, supple and sneakily perverse quality of her paintings, at once referential to artists of the past, but also to the presentation of the female form in our age of pervasive online pornography — a neat double act that lends this most traditional subject of figuration an undeniable and contemporary feminist edge.” – Andrew Frost, Art Collector Magazine, April-June 2020.
Pictured is Broken Embrace, 2020, oil on board.