Charlotte White has practiced in the South West for 15 years. With a Bachelor of Creative Industries (Visual Arts), and a long time tutor at the Stirling Street Arts Centre, her personal work is both an exercise in experimentation and a creative escape. With works both playfully abstract and naturalistic, the subject matter always reaches back to the botanical. With a solid wood base, and colour built by layered watercolour, each piece is a vibrant expression of the natural world.
Paul Reynolds(b1968, Luton, UK) studied at Claremont School of Art in 1997 before receiving his BA at Curtin University in 1990. He returned to study acquiring his Graduate Diploma of Education from ECU in 1999. In 2010 he acquired his Graduate Certificate in Arts and Entertainment Management from Deakin University. Whilst a student and throughout his teaching career Reynolds has regularly exhibited in both group and solo exhibitions throughout WA. His work is included in corporate and private collections.
The observations of a behaviourist, as he likes to call them, revisit formative moments in life both through location and interaction and their effect on the construction and reinforcements of belief values and societal misgivings. These artistic chronicles on these moments are merged with a bit of humour, honesty and a hint of cynicism but people will construct their own story.
Opening Friday 11th October 6:00pm
Exhibition continues daily until Sunday 17th November
in the Maker + Co Collective spaces