Celebrating Chinese New Year 2017 - ART Xtedia

Julie Rekha, Rachel Keem, Kelly Mathews, Merrin Jeff, Yves Lee, Flavia Julius, Leora Borgenicht and special appearance Paul Bailey. Produced by Art Xtedia. Curated by Dara Wei
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
January
   
19
 -  
February
   
13
Come celebrate this lunar year of the Rooster with the support of City of Sydney!

INFORMATION

Showcasing our beautiful art to celebrate the lunar year festival, this exhibition displays some of the finest and talented artists’ in Australia.

Introducing to the public for the first time, is our main masterpiece the Gold Prosperity by Julie Rekha.

A painting inspired by the Chinese culture, this piece is set to bring you good luck and positive vibes with its earthy element in Feng Shui that supports the fire Rooster.

Julie’s second exhibiting piece is called Underwater Tunnel. A painting that allows you to swim into the possibilities of what lies ahead. Created using gesto paste and acrylics, this piece is popular amongst collectors and art lovers.

Be mesmerized by Rachel Keem’s Repelled Beauty created with acrylics and beautiful bold colours to bring you a reflection of your hidden feelings. Standing tall at our gallery this piece is for the young and vibrant at heart.

Carnival by Flavia Julius is our very own aboriginal inspired painting using colourful dots to bring you good feelings of happiness and euphoria. Bring this home to enhance good vibes throughout your space.

Leora Borgenicht has freshly created for our event her replica of the Black Feathers a piece that is about believing in our individual strengths and abilities, and knowing when to use them. See this creation come to life as you ponder and gaze into its beauty.

A truly unique and one of a kind paintings are displayed for your collection and viewing pleasure is Kelly Mathew’s Awaiting Abstract City and Captured. Kelly has reinvented the meaning of abstract with her own style of techniques using acrylics and oil painting.

Finally, of our exhibiting paintings are the very mother nature creations of Merrin Jeff. You will feel like you are in the middle of the ocean as you admire and find yourself lost in its magnificent aesthetics.

As our exclusive sculpture pieces, we have invited two of Australia’s very talented sculptors Yves Lee and Paul Bailey to display their creations, the Porcelain être-là (fleur) by Yves and iconic Sydney Opera House by Paul made of glass and bronze. These are only for exclusive viewing on our grand opening night.

This lunar year enjoy an artistic journey with us and be part of our art lover’s community. So, come and be amongst our rising and merging Australian talents in the year of the auspicious fire Rooster.

Showcasing our beautiful art to celebrate the lunar year festival, this exhibition displays some of the finest and talented artists’ in Australia.

Introducing to the public for the first time, is our main masterpiece the Gold Prosperity by Julie Rekha.

A painting inspired by the Chinese culture, this piece is set to bring you good luck and positive vibes with its earthy element in Feng Shui that supports the fire Rooster.

Julie’s second exhibiting piece is called Underwater Tunnel. A painting that allows you to swim into the possibilities of what lies ahead. Created using gesto paste and acrylics, this piece is popular amongst collectors and art lovers.

Be mesmerized by Rachel Keem’s Repelled Beauty created with acrylics and beautiful bold colours to bring you a reflection of your hidden feelings. Standing tall at our gallery this piece is for the young and vibrant at heart.

Carnival by Flavia Julius is our very own aboriginal inspired painting using colourful dots to bring you good feelings of happiness and euphoria. Bring this home to enhance good vibes throughout your space.

Leora Borgenicht has freshly created for our event her replica of the Black Feathers a piece that is about believing in our individual strengths and abilities, and knowing when to use them. See this creation come to life as you ponder and gaze into its beauty.

A truly unique and one of a kind paintings are displayed for your collection and viewing pleasure is Kelly Mathew’s Awaiting Abstract City and Captured. Kelly has reinvented the meaning of abstract with her own style of techniques using acrylics and oil painting.

Finally, of our exhibiting paintings are the very mother nature creations of Merrin Jeff. You will feel like you are in the middle of the ocean as you admire and find yourself lost in its magnificent aesthetics.

As our exclusive sculpture pieces, we have invited two of Australia’s very talented sculptors Yves Lee and Paul Bailey to display their creations, the Porcelain être-là (fleur) by Yves and iconic Sydney Opera House by Paul made of glass and bronze. These are only for exclusive viewing on our grand opening night.

This lunar year enjoy an artistic journey with us and be part of our art lover’s community. So, come and be amongst our rising and merging Australian talents in the year of the auspicious fire Rooster.

FEATURED  WORKS

‍Repelled Beauty, 2015 by Rachel Keem. Mixed media. 70 x 90 cm
Gold Prosperity, 2015 by Julie Rekha

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