Finding Place at Artsite Gallery

Local Sydney artists travel the Australian landscape.

Finding Place - Four distinct local Sydney Artists -- Graham Austin, John Caldwell, Anthony Buselli, and Katherine C. Rooney -- explore their sense of place through personal experience of the Australian landscape: bush, desert, mountain, sea, on paper and canvas.

Art Exhibition previously on at Artsite Gallery in New South Wales, Australia.
From Saturday 07 March 2015 to Sunday 29 March 2015
Launch Saturday 07 March 2015, 15:00

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Published by Artsite on Saturday 07 March 2015.
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Graham Austin

Long recognised as an Australian pointillist, Graham Austin has interpreted the Australian landscape from the air and from high points in the natural landscape that gaze towards the horizon, touching the sky. Graham Austin has spent his painting life searching to encapsulate the spirit of the aerial landscape, whilst capturing a cartographic expression of spotted abstraction.

John Caldwell

John Caldwell gathers reference material from landscapes through sketches and photography, drawing on these resources to create finished studio work. This technique requires the use of the artist’s own experience and remembered impressions of a site. His artworks hold the sense of both record and memory simultaneously with a strong subjectivity based on place.

Anthony Buselli

Anthony Buselli’s coastal depictions seek to capture the organic transience of the littoral…
“The coast is an environment that is in a state of constant change. Marrying my artistic impulse to my families’ love of the sea I have found this dynamic environment endlessly fascinating.…
Nowhere else is there such extreme contrasts between the elements of sea, sky and land. I love the image of rocks tumbling into the sea, and the Romantic themes of collapse and time’s passing.”

Katherine Rooney

Katherine Rooney draws on childhood experience of family holidays: driving the roads between country towns, stopping to paint on the roadside, recapturing ephemeral moments of déjà vu…
“Returning to the Poplars of the Federal Hwy over the last 10 years, passing through on my travels to Canberra and beyond, I always go through a wave of emotion over what they meant to us as a family…nostalgia and memory, soup in Cooma & scones in Berrima, the ‘are we there yet’ point, the excitement of seeing snow…”