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" ArtSoho at Frame 88 Willoughby "
by ART EXHIBITIONS SOHO SYDNEY
24-11-2017 - 20-12-2017

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" ArtSoho Headland Gallery Mosman"
by ART EXHIBITIONS SOHO SYDNEY
24-11-2017 - 30-12-2017

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" Contemporary Art "
by ZOE ELLENBERG
25-11-2017 - 30-12-2017

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"Great Southern Landscapes"
by
JONATHON HAYDE


28-10-2017 - 30-11-2017


JH MORNING AFTER
( JONATHON HAYDE)

Exhibition Comments:

  Group Landscape Paintings Exhibition 

Headland Gallery Mosman

Artist Statement:

Contemporary Paintings Soho Galleries

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Art offers  me  unlimited  chances to delve into how I see the world and stand in it. At times I paint to simply create a beautiful landscape. Composition and colour balance are my main objective with these, my   landscapes are always stylised with careful consideration to how they will sit in a personal environment. They are always a pleasure to paint, I genuinely love watching a blank canvas transform into a landscape in which I can put my personal stamp on.

Other paintings I tend to paint with almost no real objective other than how I feel at that moment, these paintings always take on another form day to day as I work out each section, ultimately my desire is to bring a canvas together with clarity and purpose.  A visual balance is crucial, the thought of sending a painting off into the world in which I dont feel has had a breath of life bothers me.

I paint as thats how I see the world, it will be a lifelong pursuit in which I will hopefully always challenge and force  myself to keep looking forward with a real sense of wonder that being an artist can offer.

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