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Nature inspires adventurous artist’s abstracts

Scottish-Australian artist Ann Rogan opens a solo exhibition ‘Plants Trees Rocks & Things’ on Thursday 17 January at Narooma’s SoART Gallery. The exhibition runs for six days.

Ann was a finalist in the 2018 River of Art Prize and has exhibited widely in NSW’s Southern Highlands and the Illawarra.

She moved to Narooma from the Highlands a year ago and has already held an exhibition in the SoART Gallery.

“This exhibition leans more towards the abstract than my previous exhibition and is mainly oil paintings,” Ann said. “Oils are my favourite medium.”

Ann describes her artwork as adventurous and non-conventional and says she paints “intuitively”.

“My inspiration mostly comes from exploring the outdoors, observing rock formations and sometimes this leads to producing some minimalist depictions such as in the small works in the ‘Sticks & Stones’ collection in this exhibition,” she said.

All artworks in this exhibition are for sale.

The SoArt Gallery is on the Princes Highway next to Narooma Kinema. The exhibition is open 17-22 January 10am–4pm.

The exhibition will be officially launched on Thursday 17 January at 6pm. everyone is welcome.

Above: New local artist Ann Rogan with one of her works that will feature in the SoART Gallery exhibition opening 17 January.

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