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Expression of Life - Hosted at Sunset Gallery

posted Feb 3, 2011, 9:57 PM by Sol   [ updated Feb 3, 2011, 10:05 PM ]

Expression of Life - Hosted at Sunset Gallery

Heritage Christian school are presenting a unique art exhibition which will be Hosted at Sunset Gallery showcasing artists that include some ex students Heritage that have gone on to pursue art as a careers as well as other artists in and outside of the community.


Creation and appreciation of beauty are not separate. In that moment of appreciation the beholder experiences those precise emotions, which passed through the mind of the creator in the moment of creation. It is therefore when we are most like God. This is my motivation for creating art, and also my understanding of the purpose of art. I believe that the secret of producing effective art is producing something which resonates with and empowers all people, not just as viewers, but as creators.”


A Sydney based artist working predominately in the mediums of oil paint on canvas and ceramic sculpture. Drawing inspiration from the natural world and the many contrasting facets of humanity, Matthew’s works explore ideas of human disconnectedness to the natural environment, genuine human community and relationship, faith and death.


Daniel has established himself in the world of natural history illustration and wildlife art. His subject matter ranges internationally from the Clown?sh of the watery world of the Great Barrier Reef, to the spectacular sunbirds from the Ruwenzori Mountains of Uganda. Currently he is engaged in research investigating the movement of bird and fish. This research stems from years of experience in nature and illustration practice of birds and fish.


Gloria has been painting for 35 years, working mainly in watercolour and mixed media. Gloria was elected an associate of the Royal Art Society, Sydney, and she has participated in many group exhibitions and is represented in private and corporate collection in Australia and overseas.


Coming from a family where drawing, painting and sewing were common place, Bronwyn has always dabbled in art at a hobby level; trying her hand at everything from pottery to pencil drawn caricatures. Bronwyn has taken 

numerous art courses including Chinese brush painting, cartooning and design fundamentals at TAFE.