Lucy Roleff, Gemini, 2019. Oil on Belgian linen, framed in Oak, 33 x 43cm. Courtesy: the artist and Stanley Street Gallery, Sydney.
Genius Loci is a Latin concept, which translates to the “the prevailing character or atmosphere of a place”. In a contemporary context, it is a guiding principle in architecture and garden design – and for this group show curated by Amber Creswell Bell, the concept is instead examined by artists.
Using the medium of paint, this diverse group of nine artists will zero-in on the magic and mystery of atmosphere as it relates to the still life genre – as well as extending the notion to interiors and landscapes.
Exhibiting artists include: Adrian Cene, Dylan Jones, Jane-Frances Tannock, Lilli Stromland, Lucy Roleff, Nadja Kabriel, Sam Field, Stef Tarasov and Sue Tesoriero.
Exhibition Opens: 6–8pm Wednesday 4 September 2019