We hope you will join us for the opening of this powerful solo exhibition by Liz Priestley.
Liz describes herself as a predominantly self-taught artist. Picking up skills, ideas and inspiration from a multitude of influences, Liz has allowed for an unfettered approach to her art making practice.
Liz has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Sydney and Regional NSW for over 10 years.
4-24 April, 2019
Tues - Fri 9-5pm, Sat 9-3pm
503 Balmain Rd, Lilyfield
Prospero's Speech by Liz Priestley - encaustic on linen, 100 x 100cm, $2,100
"The earliest of our memories is what fascinates me. I am always striving towards pinpointing that connection between our first impressions of our environment, and its emotional corollary within our future lives. The work is a result of that endeavour. Landscapes articulating a personal reaction to the recollection of that fundamental impact." - Liz Priestley.
"Landscape is our conduit for the spiritual, this has been illustrated across cultures and generations. By using encaustic, I am alternately building and layering, and reducing, carving and scraping out an image. There is a revelation in the work as it progresses, and in its final form. This process is a physical representation of searching those layers of memory. The resulting image is the vehicle in which the viewer will resonate with their own epiphany of those small personal, binding memories."
- Liz Priestley
- Liz Priestley
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