MIXED media artist Derryn Hahn has opened her second solo exhibition, ‘Art Soul Love’ at the Village Kitchen in Kurrajong Village.
She said the exhibition is about the connection between the ethereal and the mundane. She explores themes and spiritual ideologies that have resonated with her.
“This exhibition is an exploration of my soul's spiritual journey, depicting interpretations of contemporary landscapes, of places around the world that resonate with me, figures in movement and in love,” she said.
“I have explored all these ideas while using many types of media, concepts of design, composition and colour theory.
“Each piece will be displayed with an explanation of the materials, methods and design principles that have gone into each piece.
“By doing this I hope to remove some of the ‘mystery’ around art for the general public and to share information with other artists.
“I have chosen to represent many but not all of the places from around the world where my soul resonates with joy and happiness.
“Each soul place is a place where I have a particular loving memory.”
Watercolour, acrylic, encaustic wax, fibre, found objects and small clay sculptures are used with bold, bright colours in her modern view of Australia.
‘Art Soul Love ’ will run until September at The Village Kitchen, 83 Old Bells Line of Road. It’s open Tuesday to Sunday, 8am til late.
For further information contact Derryn on 4567 7295 or by email email@example.com.