Kirsteen Pieterse: Scholar Stones - Interpretations - Art Collector

Kirsteen Pieterse, Shan Shui Northern Song, 2015. Lacquered steel and stainless steel, 53 x 230 x 45cm. Courtesy: the artist and Martin Browne Contemporary, Paddington

An exhibition of new sculptures by Kirsteen Pieterse. Inspired by the Shan-shui ("mountain-water") school of Chinese painting, these sculptures represent natural mountainous landscapes traditionally painted enshrouded in mist and cloud. Since ancient times the scholar stone has been considered a spiritual condensation of the vital essence of the landscape, representing a world in miniature. By having stones in their studios, Eastern scholars would get intimately close to nature and wander through mountains.


Exhibition opens: 6-8pm Thursday 30 April 2015
Exhibition closes: 24 May 2015
Location: Martin Browne Contemporary, 15 Hampden Street, Paddington NSW 2021
Contact: 02 9331 7997
Email: info@martinbrownecontemporary.com


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