Meg Benwell

Now & Then

Meg Benwell's paintings are intuitive, joyous interpretations of the Australian landscape in a style redolent with colloquial Australian motif and modernist expression. Trained at the National Gallery School, Victoria, Benwell's formal influences can be traced to artists Charles Wheeler, William Rowell and George Bell.

Art Exhibition previously on in Australia.
From Wednesday 02 July 2008 to Saturday 19 July 2008
Launch Thursday 03 July 2008, Tue-Fri 10-5 Sat 12-4

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Published by Gallery 101 on Wednesday 14 May 2008.
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Throughout a practice spanning five decades, Meg’s paintings have been consistently inspired by her close observation of the landscape. Meg Benwell’s paintings are vital, energetic with colour, and entice the viewer to come and join the adventure through the strokes of her paint brush.