Charne Eade is a Sydney-based artist currently studying her MFA at UNSW Art and Design. Working predominately within painting and drawing, her work is based on the landscape and abstraction processes to reflect a viewing experience. There is a merging of reality and interpretation that when combined create a dynamic visual language.
From a Different Perspective is the 3rd solo exhibition by Charne Eade. The concept explored throughout is an interpretation of both the urban parkland and the arid outback landscape. Works showcase methods of abstraction, deconstructing and rebuilding and new sculptural forms introduced alongside simple silhouettes to create bold and vibrant pieces.
Works are driven by an intuitive process built on the concept of ‘one-thing leads to another.’ Exploring ideas of shape, silhouettes and shadows, and merging different mark-making techniques, a stylised interpretation of the landscape is showcased. Drawn to contemporary ideas of quick ‘instant art’, image inventory, spray painting and abstraction, this body of work playfully reinterprets the landscape.
Opening 6pm Friday 12 July 2019.