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* Belynda Henry: Solo Exhibition *
EXHIBITION Belynda Henry: Solo Exhibition 12th March 2019 - 30th March 2019 Flinders Lane Gallery Inspired by the landscapes of the NSW Central Coast, Belynda Henry's practice showcases her adventurous and passionate pursuit of the painterly. Through her vivacious use of colour Henry beautifully depicts the textured rolling hills, pristine lakes and pastel skies of her surroundings. A past Wynne, Archibald, Paddington and Mosman finalist, this exhibition showcases Henry's continuing love of landscape. A feeling of absolute calm emanates from Belynda Henry's exquisitely layered paintings. There is that same sense of clarity one encounters while walking on open country roads, where the air is fresh, the sky is large and the wind sweeps through your thoughts. It is in moments such as these that everything feels right and full of possibility. Henry's images illustrate a simple, yet generative experience of nature. Ostensibly traditional landscape paintings, full of pleasing hues and sweeping topographies, they speak to classical notions of order, balance and harmony. But they also reveal an interest in the way light, tone and colour can be exploited to articulate a uniquely personal reception of the natural world.' Excerpt of essay by Phe Luxford, 2017 Henry has exhibited widely in both solo and group exhibitions. She has been a finalist in the Paddington Art Prize (2018, 2017), the Wynne (2000, 2013, 2015, 2016), the Archibald Portrait Prize (2016), the Gosford Art Prize (2006 & 2003), the Tattersalls Art Prize (2003) and the Mosman Art Prize (2003) among others. Her work has been featured in numerous publications and blogs including Art Collector, Vogue Living, FETE, Country Style Magazine, The Design Files, Daily Imprint, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Interiors Addict, In a Designer Home, EST, Home Beautiful, Real Living, Inside Out, Belle, House and Garden, The Home, Queensland Home, The Block Magazine and Style Curator. Belynda Henry first exhibited with FLG in 2016. From mid March 2019 Flinders Lane Gallery will be relocated at Level 1 37 Swanston St the Nicholas Building corner of Flinders Lane.
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