Christine Webb: Sight Lines 2022

12 - 25 April 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Art2Muse Gallery | cost: Free | website: https://art2muse.com.au | address: 234 Jersey Rd, Woollahra NSW 2021, Australia

published: 11 Apr 2022

'Christine Webb is a multi-disciplinary artist who divides her time between her studios in Italy and Sydney. Christine is interested in the play of colour, light passages, perspective, and internal and external spaces. Her vibrant paintings are expertly composed and direct the viewer's eye to multiple points of interest within the canvas.

An artist looks forward, backward, inward and outer to help us form a new view of the world. We draw meaning from the artist's interpretations and provide our own meaning to the works.

My work primarily takes in the world closest to me or that of my friends. The way light moves through a room and how we view the outside world through the window. While the window frames our view of the exterior, it controls our lines of sight. Did someone just walk out of view, did a bird escape from the cat on the fence? Throughout these recent years we have learned to value our personal spaces, developed a reticence to travel beyond our environs.

'I hope the works in this exhibition give the illusion of depth, a larger world beyond the canvas while never forgetting that we are looking at a painting.' - Christine Webb, 2022

Christine Webb: Sight Lines 2022

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when: 12 - 25 April 2022
start time/end time: Every day, 10am to 4pm | Tuesday 12 April to Monday 25 April
venue: Art2Muse Gallery

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Summary: Christine Webb: Sight Lines 2022

12 - 25 April 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Art2Muse Gallery | cost: Free | website: https://art2muse.com.au | address: 234 Jersey Rd, Woollahra NSW 2021, Australia

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Christine Webb: Sight Lines 2022 | 12 Apr 2022 - 25 Apr 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Art2Muse Gallery | cost: Free | website: https://art2muse.com.au 'Christine Webb is a multi-disciplinary artist who divides her time between her studios in Italy and Sydney. Christine is interested in the play of colour, light passages, perspective, and internal and external spaces. Her vibrant paintings are expertly composed and direct the viewer's eye to multiple points of interest within the canvas.An artist looks forward, backward, inward and outer to help us form a new view of the world. We draw meaning from the artist's interpretations and provide our own meaning to the works.My work primarily takes in the world closest to me or that of my friends. The way light moves through a room and how we view the outside world through the window. While the window frames our view of the exterior, it controls our lines of sight. Did someone just walk out of view, did a bird escape from the cat on the fence? Throughout these recent years we have learned to value our personal spaces, developed a reticence to travel beyond our environs.'I hope the works in this exhibition give the illusion of depth, a larger world beyond the canvas while never forgetting that we are looking at a painting.' - Christine Webb, 2022

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'Christine Webb is a multi-disciplinary artist who divides her time between her studios in Italy and Sydney. Christine is interested in the play of colour, light passages, perspective, and internal and external spaces. Her vibrant paintings are expertly composed and direct the viewer's eye to multiple points of interest within the canvas.

An artist looks forward, backward, inward and outer to help us form a new view of the world. We draw meaning from the artist's interpretations and provide our own meaning to the works.

My work primarily takes in the world closest to me or that of my friends. The way light moves through a room and how we view the outside world through the window. While the window frames our view of the exterior, it controls our lines of sight. Did someone just walk out of view, did a bird escape from the cat on the fence? Throughout these recent years we have learned to value our personal spaces, developed a reticence to travel beyond our environs.

'I hope the works in this exhibition give the illusion of depth, a larger world beyond the canvas while never forgetting that we are looking at a painting.' - Christine Webb, 2022