Sophie Gannon Gallery presents work by Laura Patterson.
Laura Patterson’s artistic practice is informed by her background in architecture and her continued investigation of visual art as a means of synthesising multiple ideas into a single object. While interest across historical research and technical precision underpin her work, her central focus is on capturing the ambiguity that exists between reality and illusion in her figurative landscapes. Her recent work examines pockets of old growth rainforest ferns, which began as a response to the early 2020 Australian bushfires when ancient forests that had never before seen fire were burned and threatened. The duality of this series presents moments of our natural landscapes, protectively housed within elaborate framing devices.
Opening Drinks: 28th May, 2-4pm