7 May – 5 June 2016 | In Gallery2
An exhibition of Fleur Rendell’s most recent works; celebrating friendships with people whose bookshelves, mantelpieces, window sills, wardrobes and kitchens are portrayed.
An over-arching theme in Fleur’s work is that of everyday life and everyday objects, each possessing meaning and beauty, if only we take the time to observe them rather than just letting life slide by.
Fleur has exhibited widely and her work is held by the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the University of Melbourne and the Australian Print Workshop, Melbourne.
image: Fleur Rendell, Sunbeam on wattle 2014, colour linocut, ed.10, 28x25cm