Trees in art at The Q

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CANBERRA artist Angharad Dean will exhibit her recent works at The Q’s  exhibition space in a solo exhibition opening at 6pm today,  Tuesday,  October 15.

Angharad Dean painting
Angharad Dean painting
In 2005, Dean moved  turned from her  view as a regional and town planner  to capturing the immediacy of light, colour and movement in two dimensional art.

She now attempts to capture what she calls “the 4th dimension – time – in her chosen medium of painting. She believes that her initial training as a designer has enabled her to see the world through a painter’s eyes.

Dean’s paintings juxtapose colours in a style she has developed from studying the shifting light in nature, and also from immersing herself in the state of ‘flow’. Indeed she believes that making art can and should be, a true ‘flow’ experience.

Angharad Dean - Trees
Angharad Dean – Trees
“For the Trees”, Paintings and drawings by Angharad Dean, at The Q Exhibition Space, rear of 253 Crawford Street, Queanbeyan, October 15-26, Monday to Friday 10am – 4pm, Saturday 10am – 3pm.

Meet the artist at the exhibition opening, 6pm today,  Tuesday  October 15.

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