We are pleased to announce an exhibition And all will turn to silver glass. by Rachel King, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura on April 22 (Sat) & 23 (Sun).
Rachel King is a Melbourne (Australia) based emerging artist whose work stems from a deep fascination with colour, composition and form. Particularly through painting she examines the intuitive decision and indecision that is part of the creative process in the studio. She is fascinated by the creation of a language and internal logic that occurs in the stages between a blank canvas and a finished painting.
Graduating with a degree in BA Fine Art from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2015 Rachel is now undertaking a Masters in Arts Management while continuing to exhibit locally and internationally.
Here are some words from the artist herself.
My paintings draw upon the surrounding architecture and rural landscape of Studio Kura. I have found inspiration in the interiors of traditional Japanese homes and the way their windows and doors frame the exterior. I have been observing and collecting grids and lines during my time in Japan and have developed an interested in the consolidation of flow and structure on canvas.
Rachel King “And all will turn to silver glass.”
Date: April 22 (Saturday) & 23 (Sunday), 11:00 to 18:00, free entrance
* We will hold an closing party and an artist talk on Saturday the 22nd, starting at 15:00.
* The exhibition by other eight current residence artists, will be also held on April 22(Sat) & 23(Sun).
* The exhibition by Lærke Lauta, one current residence artist will be held on April 20(Thu) to 22(Sat).