Go Green at Chrissie Cotter Gallery

Friday, 12 April 2019

 

Six artists in this exhibition explore the multiplicity of green in a visual conversation with colour and community.

“Green is the colour of nature, balance, energy and renewal and is synonymous with spring, aliens and the traffic light that says go,” said Elizabeth Rankin, one of the artists featured in the group exhibition.

“But green also carries with it envy, greed and naivete as well which is why the artworks in this unique exhibition can be read both separately and as one diverse installation,” she said.

The six artists have drawn on their different responses to the colour green to create an immersive world that invites viewers to reflect on the values and beliefs embedded in a colour.

The unusual location of the Chrissie Cotter Gallery, with its direct link to the adjoining Camperdown Park and Pocket City Farm project, also provides a special setting for the Green Exhibition.

Michelle Le Dain reconstructs images of man-made green in the urban environment.

Helen Redmond describes architectural spaces interrupted by the natural intervention of light and water.

Kristen Drewes soft sculptures become beings of envy.

The strange disappearance of former Prime Minister Harold Holt in a green watery world is the inspiration for Elizabeth Rankin’s drawings.

Lynne Bon de Veire details the green palette of nature.

Lisa Sharp deconstructs the historic materiality of the colour green through the process of painting.

Green is at Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Pidcock Street, Camperdown, 24 April-6 May, Thursday-Sunday, 11am-4pm. 

For further information about the Chrissie Cotter Gallery, phone Anthia Hart on (02) 9392 5866 or email 
anthia.hart@innerwest.nsw.gov.au

For an interview with an artist, contact Elizabeth Rankin 0417 487 711                           


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