A BORDER artist is bringing home her solo exhibition after a successful Melbourne event.
Albury-based Alison Percy will exhibit Captured Landscapes at GIGS Art Gallery in Wodonga from November 20 until December 16.
Percy said she exhibited 27 works – 15 gouache en plein air works and 12 acrylic paintings – at fortyfivedownstairs in Flinders Lane in Melbourne CBD.
Nearly half the exhibition had sold, meaning the Wodonga exhibition would have seven new works.
“Capturing the Australian landscape while exposed to the elements as it rapidly changes, is truly a wondrous experience – it brings such immediacy to the work,” she said.
“The layering of calligraphic line is my felt response to the evident change in season across our many visits to Alpine areas and North East Victoria and was the catalyst for this exhibition.”
The works are produced on canvas in Percy’s studio.
Captured Landscapes will be officially opened on November 23 at 5.30pm.