ONLINE NOW Exhibition DAVID MOORE New Works 2011 CLOSED 5th NovDate: 24/08/11
Following on from his highly successful exhibition in early 2010, David Moore's exhibition of new works from 2010 and 2011 confirms his position as of one of Australia's foremost painters. The exhibition is comprised of 56 oil paintings in which Moore explores the relationships between light, form and tone.
- Opening Night: 6 - 8pm Tuesday 11 October
- Exhibition dates: 11 October to 5 November
- Click here to view the exhibition
Chrysalis recently sat down with David to discuss his latest exhibition and his approach to painting.
About the exhibition
In his still life studies, Moore's vessels have an unadorned gracefulness, and are placed in almost anonymous locations. His images of fruit and garden produce depict the simplest of bounty straight from the branch and the soil. Layers of plain tulle and satin make up the tutus that float before us or spread over hardly discernible tables and chairs - left by and awaiting the unseen dancers.
The subjects of his paintings are transformed by the light that sweeps around and across them, changing them into symbols of the richness of nature and the imagination. The complexity of the colour and texture of Moore's subjects is described for us, the exact nature of their volume and the modelling of their forms is clearly articulated - their precious significance recognised.
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