Art

Bryan Spier

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Thursday 28th July 2011

Simultaneous Paintings by Bryan Spier – currently on show at Sarah Scout Gallery. Top left – Denouement, 2011, synthetic polymer on canvas, 142 x 11, top right – Antinomy, 2011, synthetic polymer on canvas, 142 x 112, bottom left – Equivalence, 2011, synthetic polymer on canvas, 142 x 112cm, bottom right – Provenance, 2011, synthetic polymer on canvas, 142 x 112c.

Check out these AMAZING kaleidoscopic paintings by Melbourne artist Bryan Spier.  They are so full with energy the canvas almost seems to buzz in front of your eyes!  The paintings above are in an exhibition which opens TODAY at Sarah Scout Gallery in Melbourne! Can someone buy me one please?

I also seriously love the ones pictured below, which are not in the current show (they were for an exhibition last year).  I guess they all have happy homes by now :(

Bryan Spier – Simultaneous Paintings
July 28th – August 20th 2011

Sarah Scout Gallery
Level 1, 1a Crossley Street
Melbourne 3000

Ph. 03 9654 4429

Gallery hours – Thursday and Friday 11am–6pm, Saturday 12pm–5pm or by appointment

Artwork by Bryan Spier.  Top left – Magnetic Fields, 2010, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 60cm, top right – Still Life with shoe, tape measure, laptop and contemporary art book, 2010, Acrylic on linen, 80 x 60cm, bottom left – From a dimly sparkling furnace, 2010, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 60cm, bottom right – The Press, 2010, acrylic on canvas 200 x 160cm.

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Thursday 28th July 2011

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