Gallery Panel: Christine Webb

ART EDIT’S PANEL OF GALLERISTS (AND AN ART FAIR DIRECTOR) TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT THESE ARTISTS AND SHARE TIPS ON HOW TO HANG THEIR WORK.

Zoe Paulsen

Kerry-Anne Blanket

Giovanna Fragomeli

Christine Webb, Summer Night Sansepolcro. Acrylic on canvas, 107 x 76cm.

ZOE PAULSEN

The Other Art Fair, Sydney & Melbourne

Bring a glimpse of the Mediterranean into your home – this work is evocative of so many of the countries which frame that beautiful sea. I love the way the perspective loosens towards the foreground and that the scene seems to be lit by moonlight. It would form a perfect addition to a pretty kitchen or garden room.

KERRY-ANNE BLANKET

KAB Gallery, Terrigal

Paintings of interiors are fascinating to me. I love the narratives that are depicted with the various placements of ornaments, furnishings and personal items along with the intrigue due to the absence of figures. This artwork satisfies even more than my initial voyeuristic intrigue, as the colour palette is so carefully planned. The mood has been set beautifully by the artist’s palette and compositional interplay of tones. The shadow hanging over the table in the foreground leads my eye to the open window looking out to the summer night, but the table appears to be set for a European breakfast. This painting transports me to Tuscany. I think it would be best positioned in a main living area – a piece to capture the imagination at any time of day.

GIOVANNA FRAGOMELI

Indico Galleries, Sydney

This is a vibrant interior still life that captures the attention of the viewer with bold lines and colours and makes the ‘everyday’ revered. The placement of the jug, front and centre, helps to encapsulate a universal time and place; a place where we all fit in. This artwork successfully conveys subjects of the everyday in artistic form and encourages the viewer to take a journey from the foreground, past the flowers and into the evening sky beyond.

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