VIRTUAL SHOW: Viscosity

This virtual show supports a real art opening night. Buyers who can't attend can purchase artworks via Artfuly.com. A liquid continent emerges in this intimate selection of hand-generated works by four contemporary artists. Staged in water and on land, a series of drawings, paintings and mixed media explores the dichotomy of depicting a flawed and natural universe. RSVP at: http://goo.gl/gZy5DJ Opening: Thursday 6th November 6pm | 95 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
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A whimsical painting. My relationship with my beautiful dog gives me so many responses to... emotion, connection, love, acceptance, happiness, loyalty and love. This painting is an imaginary journey that we would both take. If I ever had to leave ... he would be the one I would take with me. This work is stretched on a deep edged gallery profile frame. It does not need framing - unless you wish to.

Saatchi Art: Leaving - SOLD (prints available) Painting by Bronwyn Woodley Graham

Based on a series of imaginary landscapes (camelot series) I love to create a place where the viewer can go and spend time. To create their own story, memory or escape away from everyday life. These landscapes are influenced by what I've seen but in an abstracted way.

Saatchi Art: Erin Lands (Camelot Series) Painting by Bronwyn Woodley Graham

This work is built up and very textured. It has then been coated with a layer of thick gloss resin. The result is to capture the texture of the oil under a final smooth, clear thick and glossy coat.  The result unique and dynamic with the textured layers caught beneath the final coat.   With this work I wanted to capture the energy and movement of the ocean.

This work is built up and very textured. It has then been coated with a layer of thick gloss resin. The result is to capture the texture of the oil under a final smooth, clear thick and glossy coat. The result unique and dynamic with the textured layers caught beneath the final coat. With this work I wanted to capture the energy and movement of the ocean.

Part of a series of works depicting evening lights within the landscape, exploring colour, reflection, shape and distance. Inspired by a rain storm waiting to move in over the Venetian lagoon, with evening lights and the last rays of sun reflecting on the preceding clouds.

Rain on the Lagoon - Venice by Bronwyn Woodley Graham

A fun, whimsical painting of trees in a surrealistic landscape.

then there were three by Bronwyn Woodley Graham

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region.  This artwork is framed in a white box frame and the work is floated with a 20cm space all around.  Frame not shown.  If you would like an image of the framed piece emailed to you, please hit 'enquire' and request one

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region. This artwork is framed in a white box frame and the work is floated with a 20cm space all around. Frame not shown. If you would like an image of the framed piece emailed to you, please hit 'enquire' and request one

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region.

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region.

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region.  This artwork is framed in a white box frame and the work is floated with a 20cm space all around.  Frame not shown.  If you would like an image of the framed piece emailed to you, please hit 'enquire' and request one

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region. This artwork is framed in a white box frame and the work is floated with a 20cm space all around. Frame not shown. If you would like an image of the framed piece emailed to you, please hit 'enquire' and request one

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region.  This artwork is framed in a white box frame and the work is floated with a 20cm space all around.  Frame not shown.  If you would like an image of the framed piece emailed to you, please hit 'enquire' and request one

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region. This artwork is framed in a white box frame and the work is floated with a 20cm space all around. Frame not shown. If you would like an image of the framed piece emailed to you, please hit 'enquire' and request one

Inspired by the urban landscape at night and the shifting focus of lights and colours. Acrylic and Oil on Italian Linen.

Urban Lights Series: Evening landscape over ocean/water with urban influences

This series of paintings incorporates my impressions and abstracted ideas of the landscape, developed from my time spent in the desert regions of the Pilbara/Kimberley areas of Western Australia.  The desert landscapes of Australia are incredibly unique. Discovering and interpreting them has enthralled me over the past couple of years.

"Ningaloo Station 1 - Landscape," original photograph by artist Bronwyn Woodley Graham (Australia) available at Saatchi Art

This series of paintings incorporates my impressions and abstracted ideas of the landscape, developed from my time spent in the desert regions of the Pilbara/Kimberley areas of Western Australia.  The desert landscapes of Australia are incredibly unique. Discovering and interpreting them has enthralled me over the past couple of years.

"Ningaloo Station Near Ningaloo Reef Western Australia

Fine black Artliner pen on 300gsm off white watercolour paper

Fine black Artliner pen on off white watercolour paper

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region.  This artwork is framed in a white box frame and the work is floated with a 20cm space all around.  Frame not shown.  If you would like an image of the framed piece emailed to you, please hit 'enquire' and request one

This work is part of a series that was made as a response to a visit to the Finke River in Central Australia. It reflects the colours and dry nature of the region. This artwork is framed in a white box frame and the work is floated with a 20cm space all around. Frame not shown. If you would like an image of the framed piece emailed to you, please hit 'enquire' and request one

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