• Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017
  • Solo Exhibition - Cafe Polo - 2017

Such a fabulous Solo Exhibition Opening ✨ Thank you to all you peeps that made it out to celebrate, support and share this special evening of art and delicious food and drinks at Cafe Polo Gallery. Curated by the incredible artist Lynne Sandri ✨Photos thanks to Maria Shadbolt 💎 Shows on until the 14th of May, pop in and have a visual and culinary treat. ...

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Happy new year

New beginnings, new ideas, new content and themes. The start of an idea that has whirled around in my head for a good few years. My new series is focusing on the figure. In particular motion of the figure through photographic image capture.  Nothing new to the world of fine arts, but definitely well worth exploring as it relates to our times, a snapshot of our time. We live in an age of digital manipulation, virtual reality, 3d immersive content, a world that is always in flux, transient, in motion. This series is seeking to explore that. Watching my children enter this age brings about many experiences for them and myself as an observer, that are very different to my own childhood. So here begins "illustion of time". This series will be part of my Solo show in May, along with a collection of transient Cloud paintings from the past year. Belinda Griffiths : Solo Exhibition ...

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  • New Series: Fractured Light

"Abstract art has shown that the qualities of line and shape, proportion and colour convey meaning directly without the use of words or pictorial representation. Drawn lines and marks can be expressive without any association with a representational image." Abstract Impressionism, these words, for all they can represent, feel like a good description for  where my practice is currently heading. This current body of work, Fractured Light, is exploring light and reflection, billowing clouds, a fleeting glimpse of dappled light, a dissolving reflection of the sea, memories of the elementary with a hint of the digital. A visual language, deriving from Cy Twombly and his predecessor Claude Monet, his love of light and motion. A new technique has been developed over the last two years, that represents a memory, as opposed to a literal interpretation of reality. It is definitely in keeping w ...

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