B30 - A Jann Hill & Dar Bryers Exhibition

B30 - A Jann Hill & Dar Bryers Exhibition

November 01, 2018

A collaborative exhibition featuring the works of two complementary Melbourne artists: Jann Hill - watermedia and collage artist; Dar Bryers - symbolic/spiritual artist and muralist.

"Field of Flowers", Jann Hill, Watercolour on Paper, 57cm x 38cm, 2016 

 

Meet the Artists - 2pm to 5pm, Saturday, 17th November, 2018

Exhibition Dates:  16th November, 2018 to 18th November 2018

Venue: The Nook Gallery, 18 Progress Street, Mornington, Melbourne, Australia

Google Maps -   https://tinyurl.com/y9658yge

Jann works with watercolours & coloured inks, painting freely & loosely with the rhythm of paint on paper, then adding line & pattern in the later stages to create a finished piece. For her collage pieces, Jann uses elements from her watercolour paintings, matching intricate pieces of pattern & colour to develop the overall image & design.

Her artworks are inspired by nature’s little stories, translating the world around into patterns, shapes & colours, conveying feelings & experiences rather than realistic representations.

In contrast, Dar’s painting style is succinct symbolism & geometric spiritual representation, using aerosols & acrylics on different base types.

With a passion for street art, sigils & symbolic messages, her style is bohemian & feminine, encompassing themes of harmony & wholeness as an individual & within the wider world. 

She aims for her artworks to inspire a feeling of calm & clarity of mind.

If you cannot make the exhibit you can view Jann's online collection at - The Online Art Gallery of Jann Hill




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