The Five Studies Showcase
The Five Studies Showcase provides five very talented gallery artists with an opportunity to present the same subject matter but in two different ways
The Five Studies Showcase provides five very talented gallery artists with an opportunity to present the same subject matter but in two different ways. Each study presents a deeper narrative than a single composition can provide.
Sandra Barlow treats us to an intriguing reverse parallax view via wing mirrors.
Rebecca Dowman-Ngapo shows a remarkable time-lapse view of Hamilton’s Garden Place.
Chris Greenslade presents a country road in Torrelodones, an area north-west of Madrid that also features a bell, a bell-tower and a stranger. These are references to the Spanish composer Enrique Granados whose work Sketches includes a work entitled The Evening Bell.
In the spirit of adventure, Kirsten McIntosh takes us on a stunning journey in time across Lake Rotoiti, St. Arnaud.
Finally, Hong Cumming has provided an emotional narrative around Sapper Horace Moore-Jones whose statue on Victoria St. Hamilton celebrates his role as a first world war artist.