2 MARCH - 26 APRIL 2021
The making of art is usually a private affair, a process between the artist and their materials in the privacy of the studio. A journey of creation with no invitation to view until there is a finished piece. In this exhibition with a twist, artist Hannah Blackmore invites you to take part in the complete process of making paintings, from start to finish. Including the good bits, the bad bits, the tears, the tantrums, the triumphs, fuelled by copious cups of tea.
Twenty blank canvases will be hung on day one. The paintings will then be painted live over the course of thirty days. You are welcome to come and view the paintings in progress as many times as you want throughout the month of March, then see the finished pieces on display in April. The focus will be abstract landscapes inspired by the colours and moods of Tasmania. See the paintings come to life before your own eyes.
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