Janet Laurence joins Dominik Mersch Gallery - Art Collector

Janet Laurence, Flowers for the Alchemist, 2014. Duraclear on acrylic, mirror, earth and pigment in oil, 100 x 180cm. Courtesy: the artist and Dominik Mersch Gallery.

Dominik Mersch Gallery has announced the recent addition of artist Janet Laurence to its stable.

The Sydney artist has over three decades of working with varying mediums, including painting, sculpture, installation and photography. Her work is known to explore concepts of art, imagination, science and memory, and the interconnectedness of all life forms, with the gallery noting her significance in occupying liminal zones or meeting places of art, science, imagination and memory.

On Laurence’s work, gallery director Dominik Mersch says “Janet's work, which references ecology, science and architecture is in line with my own interests and we both feel with the galley's existing stable. I am delighted to be working with such a remarkable Australian artist."

This new partnership will be launched with a selection of works from the artist’s Kimberly trip. This exhibition will open on Thursday 18 September from 6pm, and run until 11 October 2014.

Emily Cones-Browne


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