Image Credit: Nola Matthews, Nature’s Formations, 2018, oil on canvas, 100 x 76 cm. Collection of the artist.
Image credit: Andrea Ramsay, Walhalla, 2018, watercolour and ink, 26 x 36 cm. Collection of the artist.
Latrobe City Art Groups
16 March to 18 April 2019
Gallery 6 Project Space
Blue showcases works by members of the Morwell Art Group, Moe Art Society and Traralgon & District Art Society.
Since ancient times, the colour blue has been utilized in art in a variety of ways. Lapis lazuli is a blue semi-precious stone that was used in ancient Egypt for jewellery and other decorative arts, and later, in the Renaissance, to make ultramarine – the most expensive of all pigments. In present times the colour blue is typically perceived as calm, tranquil and harmonious – the colour of the sea and the sky.
Each artist has used blue as a focal point in their work, applying their own unique interpretation of the colour’s meaning and symbolism. The exhibition presents a diverse range of works, across a variety of mediums.
Featuring: Judith Viti, Bob Pelchen, Patricia Smith, Elaine Payne, Coral McCulloch, Anne McDougal, Beryl Noble (Walsh), Wendy Roads, Angela Grant, Carolyn Henry, Ling Wang, Jan Gatherwood, Barry Masterman – Smith, J. Monteleone, Dennis Davies, Jill Ford, Rod Booth, Mavis Mair, Nola Matthews, Carol Quincan, Margaret Bartlett, Lionel Nugent, Halina Taig, Christine Peters, Skye Davidson, Susan Chacksfield, Beverley Lagerway, Mariah Payne, Bev Reed, Andrea Ramsey, Sylvia Leibrecht, Cathy Harris, Laurin Talarico, Christine Stevens, Paul Devlin, Judy Bond, Karen Rosato, Debra Laurie, Christine Auld, Bev Crane, Cherie Dawson, Lois Missen, Shelley Goldsborough, Ruby Nugent, Pat Haines, Sharon Wootten
Image Credit: Exhibition documentation of Blue, by Latrobe City Art Groups, 16 March to 18 April 2019, Gallery 6, Latrobe Regional Gallery.Photograph: Latrobe Regional Gallery.
Image Credit: Exhibition documentation of Blue, by Latrobe City Art Groups, 16 March to 18 April 2019, Gallery 6 Project Space, Latrobe Regional Gallery.Photograph: Latrobe Regional Gallery.