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“Artistic Diversity” Exhibition


“Artistic Diversity” Exhibition

Two well known members of Creative Arts Batemans Bay Inc, (CABBI), namely Pam Edwards and Denise Luke will be showcasing their art at Bungendore Fine Art Gallery for the months of September and October, 2017.


The exhibition, “Artistic Diversity” relates to the diverse subjects, media and styles Denise and Pam use in their artwork, but at the same time displaying a cohesive and creative compatibility. Both artists present a clean, vibrant palette in their paintings.

After a career in marketing and computer graphics Pam Edwards of Long Beach began painting full time in 2003. Pam says she likes to focus her art on fusing abstract ideas with images of nature, using colour, texture, line and shape to convey her interpretations of the land and the sea. She enjoys the challenge of concentrating on abstract ideas to capture the “essence” of the subject, at the same time allowing the viewer to see some realism in her art.

Denise Luke of Moruya, has two passions, art and motorsport. She says art started at a very early age, and has continued all her life. One of her creative highlights, whilst working as a pit lane marshal at motorsport events, was the opportunity to paint a portrait of the late Peter Brock, which he gladly signed. Denise says her love of birds, lizards and outback Australia feature in many of her paintings. She enjoys painting both realistically and in the abstract form.

Come along and meet Denise and Pam at the official opening at Bungendore Fine Art Gallery on 2nd September between 2.00pm and 4.00pm.

#Arts #whatson #Weekly

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