EXHIBITION CATALOGUE – CONCORD LIBRARY
An annex exhibition of physical works on paper, canvas and board to support
About the works: These original works are the studies based on 100s of photographs and digital works in the Canada Bay area in Sydney. The physical works in this exhibition are on display at the Concord Library Foyer showcase. Works are done in pen, ink and water based or acrylic colours either on canvas, board or on paper – completed in 2022. You can visit the companion exhibit of digital works at Oncyber Gallery.
LIST OF WORKS
WORKS ON CANVAS
WORKS ON BOARD
WORKS ON PAPER
Pen, Ink and watercolour on 350 GSM archival paper | each 15cm x 10cm
Pen ink and markers on 140 GSM archival paper | each 29cm x 21cm | A$225
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DIGITAL WORKS | ART LINES VIRTUAL COLLECTIONS (OpenSea)
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