The word “passage” can suggest openings, entrances, excerpts, voyages or transference, and these concepts take direction in David Collins’ newest solo exhibition, Passage.
As a painter who has lived on an island in the Hawkesbury River of NSW for a number of years, Collins constantly looks at the evergreen mangroves and waterways that surround his home; contemplating and recording his impressions in charcoal, gouache and graphite. Often sailing across the river in search of new outlooks, Collins chooses a location and works en plein air, quietly studying the landscape that enthrals him.
The gallery is open and adhering to social distancing measures, and private viewings are available by appointment.
The exhibition can also be viewed online. View the exhibition here.
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