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An exhibition of landscape paintings by Peter Finlay.
Peter Finlay paints from the remembered landscape he carries in his memory. Drawing from fragments of nature and pieces of foreshores, Finlay’s paintings are carefully layered over several weeks. In this way, the works in Water’s Edge are transformed into an emotional and expressive abstract landscape style.
This exhibition is celebrating World Environment Day. This year, Willoughby's art spaces focus on the coastal landscape within Willoughby City and along the coast of NSW. Please see our other exhibition, Coastal Exposure, at Art Space on The Concourse.
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Image: Peter Finlay, Harbour foreshore, 2021, oil on linen
Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby 2068 View Map
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Peter Finlay, “Harbour foreshore”, 2021, oil on linen
Peter Finlay, "Beach, bay, headland", 2021, oil on linen
Peter Finlay, "Foreshore walk", 2021, oil on linen
Pete Finlay, "Harbour", 2021, oil on linen
Pete Finlay, "Water’s edge", 2021, oil on linen
Visit Artists on Art: Conversations On Creativity, to read Bruce Daniel's discussion with Pete Finlay about their creative process and how memory can be used creatively.
Celebrate National Tree Day at this community event!
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An exhibition of textiles presented by the Australian Textile Arts & Surface Design Association (ATASDA).
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