BOILING POINT,  The Third Quarter
Exhibition opening Friday Jan 24, 6 - 9pm⁠.

Pink Agnes, 2020 is part of an ongoing body of work where medium and support are combined through a practice of threading. Paying homage to the American abstractionist Agnes Martin, this work connects specifically with the inward-ness and silence of a painting. With its closed, adrift shapes and undeviating stitching, the work is a response to the heartbreak of the many Australians affected by the current environmental catastrophe. 

Pink Agnes, 2020, oil and thread on canvas, 20.5 x 25.5cm.

Brushstrokes on Paper, Zonta Club of Brisbane

Debbie Kilroy OAM will be presenting at the 2019 Zonta Club of Brisbane Breakfast in support of Sisters Inside and Zonta International Strategies to End Violence Against Women.

My new painting series brushstrokes on paper will be on display and available to purchase at this event.

Pink, Green and Gulfstream, 2019, synthetic polymer on paper, 53 x 43cm.

Mindful Trace, Queensland Children's Hospital

Influenced by a sense of place, community and the Queensland Children’s Hospital Oncology Walkway, 'Mindful Trace' is a metaphor for the important role of the walkway in the lives of children undergoing oncology treatment. Using abstract forms of enlarged gestural brushstrokes, this design encourages feelings of freedom and mindfulness. The work records playful marks from artist’s studio, which are then transformed into an expressive composition along the walkway. Each gestural mark connects the artist with the patient community through mindfulness and mark making.

The art of healing story by Louise Crossen

Mindful Trace, 2019, wall painting for the Queensland Children's Hospital, 1.5 x 60m.

 © 2020 by Natalie Lavelle.

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