20 July - 14 August 2016
Opening Night - Friday 22 July 6 - 8pm
Exhibtion Image Credit: Document Photography
Titled ‘Beautiful Connections’ is an exhibition concerned with neurological condition’s that are constantly present in our own minds at all time’s. Each individual work exemplifies how fauna is also a survivor, how she has parallel survival instincts just like the human brain, especially when impacted upon. The concepts of this new work explore: Neurological patterns within the human brain ; The pathway formations within the human mind ;Natures complex geometric shapes such as vines, plants, trees and leaves.
The Artist Tania Mason, a recent winner of the Calleen Art Award for painting, aim’s to reveal gentle ways of viewing matter we cannot see and to create imagery that explains riddles within nature, our development’s and our mind.