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Cherry Demir, Prismatic Stag. Oil on timber panel, 91 x 61cm.
DIRECTOR and CURATOR, KAB Gallery, Terrigal
Cherry Demir’s style is pleasant to the eye. Her subject would appeal to animal lovers looking for a heart-warming piece of wall art to decorate their space. With a cool colour palette of blues and greens, this piece is calm yet transfixing, as the eyes draw the viewer to look deeper.
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FAIR DIRECTOR, The Other Art Fair
The soft brush strokes help complement the pastel colour palette in this work by Cherry Demir. This wolf looks friendly, and like it’s lost in thought. Its welcoming eyes help to draw the viewer in, allowing you to also get lost in thought. I’d love to see this in a child’s bedroom, amongst lots of other animals!
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