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Peter Watts: Ephemerality

Where
Art2Muse Gallery
Art2Muse Gallery
234 Jersey Rd, Woollahra NSW 2021, Australia
When

Mondays, Tuesdays, 10am to 4pm Wednesdays to Fridays, 10am to 5pm Saturdays, 9am to 4pm Tuesday 4 May to Monday 17 May

Ephemerality is the latest series of work by Peter Watts. Ephemerality can be defined as ‘the property of lasting for a very short time; an impermanence that suggests the inevitability of ending or dying.’

Watts explores fleeting moments and transitory weather events, capturing the mood and essence of a scene. Whether it be a sunrise, sunset, gust of wind, or an ominous storm rolling in. His paintings span different seasons and various times of the day, capturing the ever-changing light and shadows that fall across the landscape.

“I have the freedom with paint to be the author of unpredictable, dramatic and sometimes breathtaking weather events. Paint can be moved, layered or brushed to build up contrasting tones that tell a story of light and shade, landscape artistry and mystique. The real challenge is visually convincing and exciting the viewer of this fleeting moment.”

– Peter Watts

Covid-safe information

Art2Muse Gallery is a registered Covid-Safe business and we can accommodate up to 47 guests in the gallery. If you are unwell, we kindly ask you to stay home until you are feeling better. 

Visitors must check in to the gallery via the Service NSW App and face masks are recommended.

All artworks are available to view online and we offer a range of complimentary contactless services. Please email us for further information: gallery@art2muse.com.au

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