Craig Ruddy: Wild Grass - Art Collector

Craig Ruddy, Grasslands 2015. Plaster, acrylic, ink, charcoal and varnish on board, 167 x 213cm. Courtesy: the artist and Nanda Hobbs, Sydney

An exhibition featuring the works of Craig Ruddy.

Tangled bodies become one with the ground and sky, as the sensual drifting lines of Craig Ruddy’s nudes morph into the landscape. The powerful and evocative picture plane works as a visual metaphor for our human desire to be connected to our environment. In Wild Grass, exhibited at Sydney’s Nanda Hobbs Contemporary, the constant motion of the Australian wild grass in the landscape reminds us of what is important for us to successfully exist in a place. It is through this homecoming exhibition that Ruddy locates his genius loci firmly on Australian soil.

Exhibition opens: 6-8pm Thursday 4 February 2016
Exhibition closes: 15 February 2016
Location: Nanda Hobbs, Level 1 King Street, Sydney, NSW
Contact: 02 9262 6660

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