Gallery Panel: Isabel Koslowsky

Art Edit’s exhibition experts take a closer look at these five artists’ work.

Isabel Koslowsky, Mt Donna Buang on Wurundjeri Country. Acrylic on canvas, 122 x 122cm. Courtesy: the artist.

Anna Prifti

Gallery Director, West End Art Space, Melbourne

Viewing Isabel Koslowsky’s work fills me with a sense of calm. This is a spiritually loaded artwork that carries hope and growth. By paying homage to our environment, the artist dissects our natural habitat. Through a painterly technique that evokes elements from abstract expressionism and the colour-field movement, Koslowsky’s painting resonates with meditation and poise. In a chaotic world and shifting reality, this is what we need right now. I feel that Koslowsky is an artist to keep an eye out for and I can’t wait to see her grow from here.

Kitty Clark

Gallery Director, Saint Cloche, Sydney

A meditative exploration of calm is sensed through the rich application of deep forest greens and the lightness of the cyanic blue- greens in this work. The strokes are deliberate yet smooth, signifying the symbiosis of nature. The details reflect shifts in light, evoking a sense of movement and change. While the layers create a composed depth, inspiring feelings of familiar comfort and belonging.

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