Artist Statement: "This painting depicts the Aboriginal legend of a yellow and a white dingo. They stand out on the plains, stiped with ochres , black and white sands and is a result of the trip we completed driving west from Ayres Rock across the Great Central road...”- Susan Sheridan.
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Dimensions: 75 x 180 cms
Director's Statement: Susan Sheridan's landscape paintings capture an ‘aura’ of reflection, light and texture, which all combine to fortify her impressionist style. Sketching and watercolour painting on location, immersed within the landscape – ‘plein air’, captures a moment, and provides a reference for future studio work.
When I look upon a Sheridan painting, I feel that she has captured the essence of a place. Her landscapes achieve beauty in both simplicity and understatement.
Susan Sheridan is an award-winning artist. She won the Margaret Fesq prize in 1982 and The Mosman Art Prize for Contemporary Art in 1984. Sheridan has been an Art Gallery of NSW Wynne Prize Finalist on seven occasions.
David van Nunen, President, Australian Watercolour Institute Introduction:
For more than 25 years, I have followed the evolution of Susan Sheridan’s work, most notably in my capacity as President of the Australian Watercolour Institute, of which she has distinguished herself as one of the most technically proficient, innovative and respected members since 1991. As a plein air landscape painter, I especially admire the reductive quality of Sheridan’s iconography, employing calligraphic lines and abstracted forms to convey a consummate picture of her experience of the Australian landscape... Continue reading here.
Artist Profile: Learn more about CHG represented artist Susan Sheridan by reviewing her artist profile here.
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