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13 – 21 May 2017
We are proud to showcase dynamic artwork from UTOPIA at this years annual Hunters Hill Art Exhibition.
Utopia artists are renowned for their superb use of colour. Sometimes the colour palette is delicate and subtle; at other times bold and strong.
Canvases often shimmer with fine dots and line-work, creating superb movement and dimension.
Ceremonial designs, bush foods and traditional medicine, seasonal changes to plants and country are all represented in the complex elements that underlie the best of Utopia paintings.
One of the many artists showcased in the exhibition is Polly Kngale. She is custodian of the traditional fruit Anwekety, a sweet black berry, often referred to in english as “Bush Plum” due to it’s likeness in appearance to a plum. Polly applies layer upon layer of colour that creates an atmospheric surface of movement and depth.
Also on show are works by Abie Loy Kemarre, who developed her fine skills as an artist working closely with her famous grandmother Kathleen Petyarre. Abie skillfully applies delicate line and dot work to create canvases with tremendous movement and dimension.
Founded in 1955, the Hunters Hill Art Exhibition brings together a diverse array of artists and styles. Be sure to visit Sydney’s art village and soak up the atmosphere.
Cnr of Alexandra & Ferry Street, Hunters Hill (next to ‘Le Village” cafe & bistro).
13 – 21 May (closed Mon & Tue)
Open 10am – 4pm
SOME OF THE EXHIBITION ARTWORKS: