In his 1991 book 'National Life and Landscapes: Australian Painting 1900-1940', Ian Burn wrote about…
King Street Gallery
177 William St
10am – 6pm Tuesday – Saturday
Opening March 7, 6-8pm
In this new exhibition Strampp continues to work with a limited palette, focusing on the ambiguities of spatial perception, history and connection.
Included in this exhibition are two works referencing Strampp’s early dress series. The landscapes have developed a deeper space than previous work, whilst the animals within, (a result of a residency at Taronga Zoo in 2011) hold their own, survivors of a rapidly changing landscape.
This exhibition also includes a new series of smaller works, Memorium, that further explore spatial relationships and connection through surface materiality, with the use of paint, wax, paper, mirror and lead.
Image: Nike 2012 oil on linen 152 x 152 cm