Joshua Yeldham | Surrender Tree – Upcoming exhibition at Arthouse Gallery, Sydney – November 2014
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Surrender Tree – Upcoming exhibition at Arthouse Gallery, Sydney – November 2014

Falling Water - Yeoman's Bay, oil and cane on carved board, 200 x 244 cm

21 Oct Surrender Tree – Upcoming exhibition at Arthouse Gallery, Sydney – November 2014

source link The Directors of Arthouse Gallery, Di and Ali Yeldham
invite you to the opening of a new collection of works by

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go to link Arthouse Gallery is delighted to present a collection of new artworks by Joshua Yeldham. ‘Surrender Tree’ marks his first solo show in Sydney for almost three years. 2013 has already been a highly significant year for the artist, having been selected as a finalist in both the Archibald and Wynne Prizes (Art Gallery of New South Wales).

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follow link In this much-anticipated show, Yeldham yet again demonstrates his virtuosity across a number of different and complementary mediums, encompassing oils on board, works on paper and sculptural assemblages. New to this show is a collection of unique carved photographic images featuring the eerily beautiful mangrove systems of the Hawkesbury River. These artworks reveal his unique treatment of the medium whereby he is effectively piercing and carving into the delicate paper surface of the photographic print.

follow url Joshua Yeldham has created a distinctive visual language that fuses the physical characteristics of the landscape with metaphysical stratas of history and mythology – indigenous and colonial – and of the artist’s own imaginings.

source “This body of work is the result of my exploration through the Hawkesbury River and Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park,” says the artist. “I have carved into paintings and photographs of mangrove trees, digging through the pigment to reveal its underbelly. A scarification of lines that build a bridge over the void of landscape towards my inner world.”

http://digital-tonic.co.uk/digital-tonic-blog/conversion-rate-optimisation-2014/feed/ With inspiration drawn from a deeply spiritual connection with the landscape, Yeldham’s paintings form an interplay between his rich imagination and experience. His abstract landscapes and figurative works contain recurrent symbolic motifs, fusing the landscape and everyday historical icons with narrative and myth.

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Hosted by Prue Gibson – arts writer, lecturer and author
Saturday 23rd Nov, 3pm