USC Gallery Opening Night: The Landscape. Abstracted.

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USC Gallery Opening Night: The Landscape. Abstracted.

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Joseph DAWS;  Untitled (1605); 2016; oil on canvas; Courtesy of the artist and Jan Manton Art

15 May 2018

This exhibition brings together the work of three Sunshine Coast artists—Amy Clarke, Joseph Daws and Thom Stuart—who all explore the juncture between landscape and abstraction in their practice.

The Landscape. Abstracted.

For these artists, the natural and urban landscape is a powerful force of attraction and their work manifests an evocation of place that expands the definition of ‘landscape’ beyond the horizon line. For more information, visit What's on at the USC Gallery.

Opening event

Thursday 17 May
6.15pm for 6.30pm 
Free - RSVP

Floor Talk

Saturday 9 June
11am - 12noon
Free

Amy Clarke, Joseph Daws and Thom Stuart will talk about their work in The Landscape. Abstracted, an exhibition that brings together works that explore the juncture between landscape and abstraction. The artists will be joined by Megan Williams, Manager of USC Art Gallery who will introduce the exhibition.

About USC Gallery

Located at USC’s Sunshine Coast campus at Sippy Downs, USC Art Gallery is a free public gallery that presents a contemporary program of professionally curated projects and national touring exhibitions. Through exhibitions and public programming, USC Art Gallery aims to provide meaningful opportunities for our communities to connect with the University.

For more information, visit the Art Gallery webpage.

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