From Eyre to the Sea, An Artistic Journey Through the Centre of Australia

Last updated 03 Aug, 2017 - back to blog

We are delighted to announce our upcoming exhibition "From Eyre to the Sea" by contemporary Australian artist Lyne Marshall. The collection will be showcased in the Feather and Lawry Gallery from 24 August through 9 September.

Lyne draws her inspiration from remote landscapes and has a long term art career with experimental painting as her main focus and is also a sculptor and produces original digitally mastered conceptual artworks. She is also the author of four books on the creative process, a prolific blogger and hosts regular workshops on finding creative direction and pathways to creative success.

At the opening night on Thursday, 24 August from 5.30 - 7.00pm guests will meet the Lyne and hear her inspiration for the works, enjoy light refreshments and have the first opportunity to purchase a piece for their collection. Please RSVP by 21 August to gallery@featherandlawry.com.au.

The exhibition includes framed acrylic paintings on synthetic paper, sculptures with metal and resin and several acrylic paintings on canvas. Lyne's books will also be available for purchase, including her latest release "Relocation as Inspiration: Creating from Diverse Landscapes".

The artworks are not specific to any one area but rather an impression of what Lyne experienced on her epic journey across Australia. Taking the most direct passage from the East coast to the West, her journey began at her home in Tallegalla, an hour west of Brisbane. She travelled via Birdsville and on to Lake Eyre in South Australia, stopping to view its splendor by plane. Passing by Uluru in the Northern Territory, she drove across the spare red centre, along the Great Central Road in Western Australia to finally arrive in Geraldton, on the sparkling blue coast of Western Australia.

For more information on Lyne's artworks, exhibitions, books and workshops visit her website. Sneak peek of works from "From Eyre to the Sea".


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