Lark – Rachel Miller

Lark

Rachel Miller

Opening Saturday 2pm 14th March 2020

Exhibition open 14th March to 11th May 2020

LARK – An accumulation of optical insights not to be missed!!

This exhibition, by Rachel Miller, is new work showcasing a range of media including photo montage, fabric collage drawings and oil paint, graphite, and wax on paper compositions.


Extended exhibition information

Please note that due to level 4 Covid-19 restrictions the Village Arts Gallery space has been closed for the advertised duration of “LARK”, the exhibition will now be extended until 11th May.

Please find virtual gallery sequences of the major themes in this exhibition below. All works are for sale unless otherwise sold.

Mad, Mad and Madder – Photomontages

In this series I composed found images from early sixties New Zealand travelogues together with various drawing media and contemporary elements of collage. These works comment on predicament and folly with humour and an apposite relevance to now.


Dreaming Myself Awake

The two larger oil on paper works together with a series of small framed drawings explore allusive and transformative themes; conveying the relationship between the human condition and an ethereal world.


The Joy of Life – Fabric Collage Drawings

Titled from a painting by Max Ernst, these affirmative works were inspired and pay tribute to selected artists from the Surrealist art movement of the early 19th century.
Please note: this series is professionally framed using ash wood moulding and museum glass for maximum clarity. Frame sizes all 50x65cm.

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