AUD $ 900
Acrylic on board
33.5cm H x 33.5cm W x 3.5cm D
Framed in a light-grey woodgrain frame
This current series of works by Peta Morris explores the changing nature of light, as it moves into the new season of spring. Peta explains: “The landscape shifts under these new tones, its shapes and textures morphing under the changing colours of the sky. The subtle rise in temperature melts the white stark snow, revealing the undergrowth and sculptural stone.
“We respond to this cyclic shift on a cellular level, affecting our emotional health and wellbeing. We are born into absorbing the new space that surrounds us and I don’t think that ever changes, even in death.”
Peta’s artwork centres around the exploration of her metaphysical response to the natural environment, most recently Mount Kosciusko National Park in Australia’s Snowy Mountain Region. It is these internal responses, sparked by the visual and physical experiences of hiking through these wilderness areas, that form the basis of her latest stunning landscape series.
Signed and dated on back.
This piece is framed in a light-grey woodgrain frame and is ready to hang.
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