‘Reflecting about the last few years of my practise, I realised that the perspective to which I’m constantly drawn is near and intimate. Each artwork explores one small aspect of the natural world. Within this smallness, I am trying to convey something of bigness too; the universal contained within the particular, along with the presence of beauty and mystery.’ – Jennifer Keeler-Milne
An exquisite collection of nature-inspired paintings, drawings and sculpture by Jennifer Keeler-Milne will soon be exhibited in her solo exhibition
‘Close Focus’ at Grafton Regional Gallery, from 17 February – 28 April.
‘Close Focus’ explores Jennifer Keeler-Milne’s fascination with documenting what is near and intimate. Each artwork in this exhibition explores one small aspect of nature. From the whisp of feathers repeated a hundred-fold, to the flower garden of her family home, Keeler-Milne’s subjects convey a sense of the universal contained within the minutiae, the enduring presence of beauty and mystery, and the fragile state of our natural world.
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