• EXHIBITIONS

    2020 - BRENNAN

    New Work


    Exhibition dates: 1 - 31 MAY 2020

    The reality of life is an individuals perspective…indeed there is no reality, only our own individual interpretation of that perspective…. influenced by everything we have seen, everything we have done and has been done to us, and the stories on told to us from throughout existence.

    Many of us worry about what happens when the whole thing is done….allowing ourselves to be distracted by such complexities and away from the simple pleasurable elements available to each of us on any heavenly day in this paradise.

    Reality in art is an individuals perspective and is no simple thing and is indeed as much of an abstraction as any art form. Despite transgressing in its purpose from ritual to social commentary, realism as an art form is singularly capable of returning our attention to those  simple pleasures in our daily life from where we were otherwise busy making other plans. The suites of art in this exhibition are offered as a conduit to that paradox.

    - Lew Brennan

     

    The reality of life is an individuals perspective…indeed there is no reality, only our own individual interpretation of that perspective…. influenced by everything we have seen, everything we have done and has been done to us, and the stories on told to us from throughout existence.

    Many of us worry about what happens when the whole thing is done….allowing ourselves to be distracted by such complexities and away from the simple pleasurable elements available to each of us on any heavenly day in this paradise.

    Reality in art is an individuals perspective and is no simple thing and is indeed as much of an abstraction as any art form. Despite transgressing in its purpose from ritual to social commentary, realism as an art form is singularly capable of returning our attention to those  simple pleasures in our daily life from where we were otherwise busy making other plans. The suites of art in this exhibition are offered as a conduit to that paradox.

    - Lew Brennan