Rebekah Stuart: Pictures of Elision

Rebekah Stuart is a contemporary visual artist currently exploring an alternative aesthetic to the traditional and Romantic landscape. She reconstructs fragments of nature via digital media to create landscapes that do not exist in reality.

Art Exhibition previously on at Colour Factory Gallery in Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 07 August 2014 to Saturday 30 August 2014

Dreaming In Reverse image Halcyon Year image Belongings image Another Halcyon Year image Beyond Glass image Nature Epitome image Descending Light. image The Fifth Rhythm image Every Wake has a Silver Lining image Belonging image Percy Shelleys Plume image Dreaming In Reverse 2 image

Published by Colour Factory Gallery on Thursday 21 August 2014.
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Stuart’s images evolve in a similar fashion to that of a painter, over long duration. Stuart builds and refines details for a new whole to emerge, disorientating the observer’s position in a subtle way to reflect on their own internal terrain. The landscapes are a reflection of the horizons carried within – an intimate sublime for a time when wilderness is perhaps uninhabitable.

The ocean is a vast mediation, a reminder to re-examine the self in wayward time. Breeze melds with waves; light undulates on and off all forms as I inevitably bring my consciousness to it. The light is a free weightless entity that I can freely move and place where I desire as an artist…here I can redefine and delineate the truth I find.