Ribbons of Gold

Milda Dulhunty
EXHIBITION  RUNS
   
December
   
10
 -  
December
   
21
The works in this exhibition depict imaginary places, painted by intuition, without preconceived design.

INFORMATION

Landscapes, cityscapes or seascapes emerge and evolve as they are painted, sometimes influenced by remnants of memory, stirred subconsciously. Metallic tones and gold paint are used to express the unique aspects of each place, conveying warmth, light, and evoking the essence of a scene. Through embellishment and abstraction, each painting allows the viewer their own interpretation, drawing a spiritual and emotional response.

Artist's Bio:

Milda Dulhunty is a Sydney-based artist who has been painting all her life. She originally developed paintings with sand on paper and was later drawn to the warmth of gold paint which was reminiscent of the sheen of sand. Her paintings are created intuitively from imagination, yet occasionally a memory rises out of the process. Milda is self-taught and tries to keep her own distinct artistic approach in her work. She has exhibited with the Central Coast Art Society, and various other group exhibitions, including exhibiting with Lithuanian Artists in Australia.

Daughter to artist Vida Kabaila, Milda grew up surrounded by paintings, and was continually inspired. Vida passed away in August 2015 and this exhibition is dedicated to her memory.

Landscapes, cityscapes or seascapes emerge and evolve as they are painted, sometimes influenced by remnants of memory, stirred subconsciously. Metallic tones and gold paint are used to express the unique aspects of each place, conveying warmth, light, and evoking the essence of a scene. Through embellishment and abstraction, each painting allows the viewer their own interpretation, drawing a spiritual and emotional response.

Artist's Bio:

Milda Dulhunty is a Sydney-based artist who has been painting all her life. She originally developed paintings with sand on paper and was later drawn to the warmth of gold paint which was reminiscent of the sheen of sand. Her paintings are created intuitively from imagination, yet occasionally a memory rises out of the process. Milda is self-taught and tries to keep her own distinct artistic approach in her work. She has exhibited with the Central Coast Art Society, and various other group exhibitions, including exhibiting with Lithuanian Artists in Australia.

Daughter to artist Vida Kabaila, Milda grew up surrounded by paintings, and was continually inspired. Vida passed away in August 2015 and this exhibition is dedicated to her memory.

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