To tell a constant story, 3rd February – 30th April, 2011

“Hansel and Gretel (2)”, 2010, Oil on linen, 60cm x 80 cm Photo by Sarah Eastick

“Jack and the beanstalk”, 2010, Oil on canvas, 60cm x 80 cm Photo by Sarah Eastick (SOLD)

“Cinderella”, 2010, Oil on canvas, 60cm x 80 cm Photo by Sarah Eastick

“Waiting for a Prince”, 2010, Oil on linen, 60cm x 80 cm Photo by Sarah Eastick (SOLD)

“Hansel and Gretel (1)”, 2010, Oil on canvas, 60cm x 80 cm Photo by Sarah Eastick (SOLD)

“Snow White”, 2010, Oil on canvas, 60cm x 80 cm,  Photo by Sarah Eastick (SOLD)

“The constant story”, 2010, Oil on linen, 60cm x 80 cm Photo by Sarah Eastick (SOLD)

“The Princess and the pea”, 2010, Oil on canvas, 60cm x 80 cm,  Photo by Sarah Eastick (SOLD)

“Little Red Riding Hood”, 2011, Oil on linen, 45cm x 60cm, photo the artist (SOLD)

“Rapunzel”, 2011, Oil on linen, 45cm x 60cm, photo the artist

One comment

  1. Hi Sally,

    Congratulations on a truly enchanting exhibition of fine work!!

    We were sorry, at literally the last minute, to miss your opening – a plumbing drama in our front yard that same late afternoon prevented us from going, we were annoyed to not being able to go.

    The body of paintings was pretty consistent and painterly… deceptively conveying quiet domestic relationships – but there is a strong underlying current evident in each work, the conceptual edge. My favourite paintings were ‘The Constant Story’ (Pas is always GREAT in a pic) and ‘Prince and the Pea’. Liana hasn’t yet made up her mind.

    I also think the psychology of scale… the engaging size was perfect for the type of painted images you made.

    You’ve been working hard Sally! Juggling your art, being a mum and wife is a difficult act in a busy household.

    The collection of drawings too were a refreshing change of pace in the middle of the wall space.

    Well done Sally! Keep up the great work.

    Best wishes,

    Peter

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