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"Contemporary Paintings"
by
ALISON COULTHURST


19-08-2016 - 28-09-2016


AC CELEBRATE LIFE II
( ALISON COULTHURST )

Exhibition Comments:

Botanicals 

Group Exhibition 

Exhibiting to September 29

Artist Statement:

 

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Inspired by her year of painting and successful exhibitions in Europe with all paintings sold, Alison has returned to her studio in Byron Shire to work on a new body of work entitled "There are no ordinary moments"

Alison says "after living in Europe in a completely different environment I realised in this time of my life that it is important to embrace my surroundings wherever I am, so I've returned with a new frame of mind to be in the moment and live in the present. I am following my feelings and my enhanced energy and have painted these emotions onto the canvas".

"Enjoy the art and the moment."

The paintings of mixed media artist Alison Coulthurst, continue to be highly sought after by art collectors throughout the world. Building upon her huge success in Sydney, Alison's work has been exhibited in England, South Africa, New Zealand, the United Arab Emirates, Italy, France and Australia.

Excited and Inspired, Ali has recently returned to her studio in Federal and continues to go from strength to strength.     

" There are no ordinary moments'

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