Ainslie McMahon: Panorama: landscape wonders hidden in plain sight - Art Collector

Ainslie McMahon, ‘Panorama #1’, 2018. Acrylic paint on stretched canvas. Courtesy: the artist and Rockhampton Art Gallery, Rockhampton.

A search for place through the embrace of personal landscapes is the over-riding preoccupation and ongoing inspiration for artist Ainslie McMahon's latest body of work ‘Panorama: landscape wonders hidden in plain sight’. McMahon is a visual artist based in rural Rockhampton.

Winner of The Overall Rio Tinto Martin Hanson Memorial Art Award for 2018, Ainslie further explores elements of landscape abstraction in a continuation of her $15,000 prize-winning painting, Drought in the Lucky Country. Through methodical mark making and lovingly etched layers, McMahon’s landscapes seek out the authentic and the anchor that finding your place delivers.

Exhibition opens: Saturday 2 February 2019
Exhibition closes: 17 March 2019
Location: Rockhampton Art Gallery, 62 Victoria Parade, Rockhampton QLD
Phone: 07 4936 8248

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