PAUL UHLMANN

REVERBERATIONS: PAINTING AND IMPERMANENCE

18 NOVEMBER - 16 DECEMBER 2017

 

This exhibition considers painting as a vehicle for meditating on impermanence a worldview which crystalises an understanding that nothing is as it seems, nothing is static, life is constant movement, forever in a state of flux. The paintings are shaped and formed in a manner which analogously embodies this restlessness through accident, chance and reflection.

 

Paul has exhibited both nationally and internationally for over 30 years. He graduated with a BA (Visual Arts) from the Canberra School of Art in 1983 and was awarded a DAAD scholarship to study printmaking in Germany (1986-87). After graduating with a MA (Visual Arts) from ANU in 1993 he was awarded an International Samstag Scholarship in 1994 to study painting in Holland (1995-96). He works across the mediums of painting, drawing and artists books to create work which focuses on the forming and deforming image in relation to place, process impermanence and embodiment.

Paul Uhlmann Reverberations II (detail) 2017 Oil on canvas, 180 x 122cm

Paul Uhlmann

Reverberations IV (detail) 2017 180x122cms

 

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