Gallery Panel: Adrienne Rewi

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Kerry-Anne Blanket

Salli Coppin

Autumn on the Road to Bendigo. Acrylic on stretched canvas, 122 x 91.5cm.

KERRY-ANNE BLANKET

KAB Gallery, Terrigal

The rugged and extreme Australian landscape is loved for its unique colours and rich earthen layers. In this work, Adrienne Rewi captures the rural Bendigo view in full Autumn colour. Painted on canvas with an equally rich earthen palette of layered acrylic strokes, this artwork is sure to be enjoyed by a broad audience. The lavender and pink sky emphasises and contrasts with the striking earthen landscape. This piece offers the viewer a warm palette to work with their interior furnishings at a popular canvas size which would position well over a two- or three-seater lounge or bedroom suite.

SALLI COPPIN

Margaret River Gallery, Margaret River

This colourful landscape gives me the sense of a road well-travelled and well-loved by this artist. With no fixed focal point and strong gestural strokes, the directional movement in this work takes the viewer’s eye around the painting, on an exploration of each part of the canvas. It feels happy, free and would invigorate an area requiring a bit of colour or energy.

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