Artist Statement: As the title describes painted in digitised style. The most prominent building in the foreground which is catching the afternoon sun is the Museum of Contemporary Art and I like the triangulation of that building set against the Harbour Bridge & the Opera House. Again, this large painting looks quite abstract up close, but seen from a distance, or condensed in a mobile phone image, it looks surprisingly realistic. - John Earle.
Medium: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 100 x 180 cms
Director's Statement: John Earle is renowned for his stunning photo-like paintings of the landscape and seascape and his pixelated series. A Newcastle local, having lived there all of his life. His painting style is known as photo-realism and his intricately detailed paintings are often mistaken for photographs.
John has held 19 solo exhibitions in Newcastle, Sydney and Melbourne and has been in many group exhibitions. He has been awarded the prestigious Elioth Gruner Prize for Landscape in 1980, has been a finalist in the AGNSW Wynne Prize six times (1981, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992 & 1994) and travelled extensively for art residencies, research and commissions.
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