Blu Smith has delivered five new larger than life abstract paintings to the West End Gallery in Victoria! His subject matter is based on organic shapes with strong ties to nature, balanced with cavernous spaces filled with light to glow with an atmospheric quality.
"I look at my paintings not as individual pieces but rather as a living, breathing and constantly changing body of work. It really does take on a life of its own."
If you haven't seen Blu's abstract and colourful artwork yet, stop by the gallery to see them for yourself or visit Blu's artist page to view all of his new arrivals!
Gabryel Harrison's new paintings offer an harmonious and meditative break from the chaos and uncertainty of the modern world. In both her studio practice and her poetry, Gabryel invites the viewer to slow down, to perceive art as an object of contemplation or evidence of wonder. It is her belief that this simple engagement can be a radical act.