Tuesday, August 3, 2010

'Fleeting' by Rachel Wells & Dan Capper, 15th to 26th June

Rachel Wells - Cloud Street
Encaustic and Oils (20 x 25.5 cm)

Rachel Wells - Flux
Encaustic and Oil on Canvas (25.5 x 25.5 cm)

Dan Capper - Blad Birck
Acylic on canvas (71 x 111 cm)

Dan Capper - Pod Birpy 1
Acrylic on canvas (84 x 122 cm)

An exhibition of paintings by Dan Capper and Rachel Wells 15 - 26 June 2010

‘Art is long, and time is fleeting…’ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Fleeting is the exploration of embellished memories and the gravity of transitory moments.

Rachel Wells

Rachel’s pieces are inspired by childhood memories and the joy of discovery in a storybook landscape. Her mixed media and encaustic paintings exist nowhere tangible and are pieced together from memories of European, Australian and American towns.

Dan Capper

Dan Capper’s mono-prints and mixed media paintings capture a spontaneous imprint of a fleeting moment in time. He uses the bird as a metaphor for the shifts and flux in relationships.

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