“Being at home in the landscape is a painter’s solace, and painters have long felt the need to observe and re-create the natural world. The big skies and rolling vistas of the Monaro and Limestone Plains are the landscapes that give me that sense of belonging. I began most of the paintings en plein air followed by work in the studio in which memory, depiction and interpretation were shaped together” – Kerry Johns.
The exhibition will be opened at 3pm on Sunday 6 August by Leo Robba, an Australian artist, writer, and curator.
Preview and purchase works from 11am to 5pm on Saturday 5 August.