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Image – 'Last Light' by Belynda Henry.

'Landscape Lines' By Belynda Henry

Sally Tabart
12th June, 2018

A new body of dreamy, ethereal landscapes from the Wynne Prize-nominated artist.

It’s no secret that we’re pretty big Belynda Henry fans over here. In fact, we love her so much that she is the only artist with whom we’ve have not one, but TWO sellout TDF Collect exhibitions! Belynda is well-known and loved for her abstract interpretations of landscapes and her deep connection to the natural world clearly emanates from her emotive paintings.

Based on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Belynda’s work is always thoughtful, subtle and visceral. Her latest show Landscape Lines, tracks Belynda on journeys throughout Australia, New Zealand, Europe, Canada, America and Japan, captured from memory and remembered in dream-like interpretations. That’s kind of how Belynda’s work feels – as though you’ve awakened from a dream, trying to recall the details before they slip away.

All jokes aside – don’t sleep on this one!

Belynda Henry
Landscape Lines
Thursday June 14th–Sunday July 1st.
Opening Thursday June 14th, 6-8pm.
Australian Galleries
15 Roylston Street
Paddington, New South Wales

Sally Tabart
12th June, 2018

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