De Havilland Gallery is once again proud to present artists of the Illawarra alongside national and international artists in Nudes 07.
The Nudes exhibition has been running for two years now and has become everyone’s favourite subject. De Havilland Gallery Director and Arts Consultant, Kylie Sweeney de Havilland, is excited about new works from ACT artist Jane Millington and QLD international artist Trisha Lambi that will feature in the Nudes 07 exhibition. This exhibition will be viewable from the 11th September to 6th October, with opening night to be held on the 14th September at 5:30pm at the gallery. Trisha Lambi has been a Premiere Portfolio Artist at absolutearts.com since 2001
The artworks on display are a diverse range of drawings, sculpture, paintings and digital photography of the human body, in all its glory. Nude’s 07 covers classic poses, abstract interpretation, bold colours and subtle meanings. There is thought and purpose in many of the pieces along with a natural sense of beauty for the form we know as our own.
Trisha Lambi is a QLD artist and first time exhibitor at the De Havilland Gallery. Her beautiful series of oil paintings subtly depict the pain, emotion and external pressure that woman faces. These are a selection from her ‘Draped’ series. Trisha has artworks hanging in private collections in Australia, Spain, China, Germany, Ireland, Cyprus, Canada and the United States.
Jane Millington is also another new artist at De Havilland. She is exhibiting selected works from her ‘Gossamer Love’ series. Inspired by the prose of F Scott Fitzgerald; her oil paintings share with the viewer the intimate world of the lovers; naked and embracing on canvas. There is a clear sense of surrealism and ethereal beauty with deep curves and nuanced contrasts of colour.
De Havilland Gallery’s own international artist Kurt Brereton will be exhibiting five mixed media artworks, all drawn whilst blindfolded, of his mother in the shower. Once again, Kurt shows his eccentric style with artworks that are both colourful and controversial. Kurt is also on his way to New York, where he will be exhibiting in a number of galleries, including Agora Gallery, NY.
The delightful charcoal drawings by Eva Hampel will enhance any room. Her exquisite charcoal and colour wash nudes are free flowing and skilfully executed.
Hanging along side the international artists, will be our national, regional and emerging artists: Keith Rutherford - who was a finalist in the 2006 Dobell Prize, Liz Jeneid – a long time professional artist of the Illawarra, Robert Duffield, Tom McMahon, Duncan Staples, Kelly Gibbs, Roseleen Healy, Terry Melouney, Gabrielle Willmott, Linda Frattner, Lise Staff and Soraya Welin. We would also like to welcome Jeanette Prout to the De Havilland stable along with all the new artists that are exhibiting.
View more of Trisha Lambi's work in her Portfolio at absolutearts.com.
Artist: Trisha Lambi
Title: Desolation 2
Year Created: 2006
Medium: Oil Painting
Width: 60 cm
Height: 90 cm
Depth: 5 cm
Price: Contact absolutearts.com.