Danielle Creenaune is a female artist born in Australia, currently working in Spain.
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Creenaune┬┤s work explores the dialogue between how landscape is seen, how it is perceived through our library of pre-lived experiences and how this is reflected through the visual language of gesture. These landscapes seek the making of a new space which traverses our connection with place via means of associated memory, carrying inherited images and untold stories. Within her work, the experience of living far from the Australian landscapes of her birth, creates constant distance, a between space, which serves to magnify memories and sensations until they effortlessly merge with the european surroundings of her present. Recent works deal with the phenomenon of fire within the Australian landscape and in contrast to the tragedy often reflected, these works reveal the beauty left behind and the landscape┬┤s power to resist and regenerate.


Australian born artist Danielle Creenaune completed a Bachelor and a Master of Art at the University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia, in 1997. She has lived abroad for the last 13 years, living in London for some years before moving to Barcelona in 2006 where she recently set up her own print workshop. Over the years she has undertaken residencies in Spain and Ireland and furthered her interest in lithography through undertaking a workshop the Tamarind Institute, USA. Her work has received numerous awards internationally, and is held in public collections including the National Gallery of Australia and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Current Exhibition
‘Impermanence’ – Danielle Creenaune
30th August 2013 – 30th September 2013
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