Artist Statement: The title comes from a quote by the Australian author Tim Winton, 'The desert is a spiritual place, we vaguely understand, and the sea the mere playground of hedonism'.
Medium: Acrylic, Household and Gesso on Canvas
Dimensions: 122 H x 183 W x 3 cm
Director's Statement: Tracey-Maree Smith was recently selected as an Art Gallery NSW 2016 Wynne prize finalist for her work ‘First Creek, Redhead Beach’. The Wynne prize is one of Australia’s most prestigious art awards and awarded for Australia’s best landscape painting. In 2014 Tracey was included in the Saatchi Art 'Showdown'. Tracey has exhibited extensively, with her work hanging in public and private collections.
Tracey’s abstract contemporary works appeal to art collectors, whether it be those seeking a major showpiece for their home, office or an addition to an existing collection.
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