Sue Anderson: Between trees and freeways - Art Collector

Sue Anderson, Scribbly gum break, 2015. Oil on linen, 137 x 163cm. Courtesy: the artist and Australian Galleries

Sue Anderson is intrigued and inspired by the beauty and vulnerability of the Australian natural landscape. Her artworks portray places of vitality and sanctuary, at times caught in the relentless advancing metropolis or showing signs of human interference.

Over the past 30 years Anderson has vividly described the Western plains and the relentless encroachment of Melbourne’s suburbia into its delicate grassland habitat. Ancient rocky outcrops of Kakadu, coastal vegetation of Queensland and the windswept plains of the Monaro also feature in this exhibition of paintings, ceramics, drawings and lithographs.

Exhibition opens: 6-8pm Tuesday 10 November 2015
Exhibition closes: 29 November 2015
Location: Australian Galleries, 15 Roylston Street, Paddington, NSW, 2021
Contact: 02 9360 5177
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