Gallery Panel: Tricia Trinder

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

Kerry-Anne Blanket

Salli Coppin

Contemplating Horizon no20. Beeswax, damar resin and dry pigment, 25cm diameter.

KERRY-ANNE BLANKET

KAB Gallery, Terrigal

A versatile and petite artwork created in Tricia Trinder’s signature disc form. The distinct horizon line is the focal point of the work and draws my gaze immediately. I imagine this piece, although modest in size, would attract the eye from any angle in the room. The colours would glow on a soft grey wall or stand out on a crisp contemporary white. The texture of encaustic artworks provide an extra dimension of interest and detail when viewing them closely.

SALLI COPPIN

Margaret River Galler, Margaret River

This piece has a beautiful range of tonal qualities and an effective use of the symbolic, circular shape. The viewer’s gaze is drawn into the depths of the painting. There is a feeling of being encircled by the soft textures. The suggestion of line, the most simple and primal expression of mark making, is formed by the two contrasting textures, introducing the idea of horizon. This sophisticated and alluring piece would suit a minimalist space.

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