Bathers’ Art Gallery

Showing from March 5th , Bathers’ Gallery will be showcasing works from three local artists, Dee Roberts, Brenda Tye abd Kate Greenhalgh.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dee Roberts
A practising artist living in Sydney, Dee has a Bachelor of Applied Science and long association with the visual arts, including drawing, ceramics, printmaking and painting at National Art School, TAFE and more recently Willoughby Art Centre. This will be Dee’s second exhibition at Bathers’.
Dee has a strong affinity with the natural environment and a heightened sense of seasonal change instilled by her rural upbringing. Native flora are the subject of the still life paintings and the landscapes are based on walks through native bushland of Mortlock Reserve and Primrose Park.

Brenda Tye
Brenda teaches print making at the National Art School Sydney, and runs a series of programmes through the Art Gallery of NSW. She also runs children’s art classes from her studio in Coogee.
Brenda is exhibiting a selection of watercolour works on paper, made in 2019 in plein air and from memory of various locations around Sydney. With these works, Tye’s aim was to depict something of the landscape experience other than the purely literal view. These images aim to retain a sense of freedom and spontaneity, whilst staying true to the roots of their inspiration.

Kate Greenhalgh 
Both living and working in Sydney, Kate regularly travels to the Upper Murray for inspiration. Her work in this series is focused on the foothills of the Snowy Mountains and the valleys of the Tooma River and Welumba Creek. After drawing and painting from direct observation, she returns to her studio in Sydney to to develop the work, manipulating and exaggerating colour to communicate how she felt in that particular landscape.

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