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Drawn to Beauty; extraordinary art exhibition inspired by everyday objects

By Nina Gbor 5 July 2018 0
All photos supplied.

All photos supplied.

Stirato Gallery is presenting an extraordinary exhibition, Drawn to Beauty featuring watercolour and oil artworks by the artist, Olga Read. This is the first solo exhibition by Olga Read and it captures the beauty in everyday things, incorporating portraiture, still life and landscapes. The exhibition will be opening is on Saturday 7 July and will run until 22 July.

Olga Read, Drawn to Beauty artist.

Olga Read, Drawn to Beauty artist.

From a young age, Olga had a fascination and appreciation for the beauty in everyday objects. Olga attempts to relay this beauty to the viewer through the pieces she creates. She says, “… my task is to ensure that the viewer can share with me the appreciation of both nature’s work and the work of human beings, who created the objects I have chosen to paint. I work in the realist style, which requires a great deal of skill and a lot of time. I am following the path of traditional artistic representation by portraying what I want, how I see it through my own eyes and feel it in my heart. I don’t succumb to pressure to produce contemporary pieces, but instead, I try to create something timeless and appealing to a wide audience, without the need for further explanation.”

Stirato Gallery is hosting the Drawn to Beauty exhibition official opening this Saturday 7 July from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm. It’s free and all are welcome.

For more information please visit https://artwork.stirato.com.au/

Stirato Gallery is located at 21/1 Iron Knob St, Fyshwick ACT,

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