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Steffie Wallace, Moon Triptych: Evening, Night and Morning. Oil on linen, triptych, each 102 x 76cm.
KAB Gallery, Terrigal
This versatile triptych is perfect for the contemporary interior. It offers a subtle reference to the horizon, bringing together elements of the sky and sea. In my opinion this stunning work would position perfectly in a spacious neutral room where the colour could stand out. It is a calming work that draws my mind towards the quiet of the night and calmness of the ocean. While warm reds and ambers dominate the work, the cooler mauves and navy blues could be drawn out with strategically placed furnishings featuring these colours.
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The Affordable Art Fair, Melbourne
In this triptych, seasoned painter Steffie Wallace anchors each panel with the moon as her focal point. Drawing the viewer’s eyes across nature’s cyclical movement of dusk and darkness to sunrise, Steffie confidently captures atmosphere, reflection and an alarming stillness using her command of the oil medium. Echoing a Turneresque glow, clouds are dextrously abstracted with rich mood and balanced by the uniform horizon of the sea and moon’s reflection. There is an assuredness to this painting – each viewing a new brushstroke may be found, or colour combination marvelled at.
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Margaret River Gallery, Margaret River
A moody, atmospheric artwork with wonderful colours and an interesting composition gives this work interest and depth. This impressionistic piece would speak to each viewer independently. The feeling is ethereal and evokes memories of night gazing and evening walks. Moon Triptych: Evening, Night and Morning is for anyone who loves the mood of the moon and the silence of the night – it would be like having your own window to another world.
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