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Auguste Blackman’s 'Oyez Oyez' echoes his father, Charles Blackman, as well as family friend, Mirka Mora. Brilliantly bright, heartfelt and bold, this work also ruminates on the experience of loss. Representing Auguste’s first major series since the passing of his father Charles and friend Mirka - both of whom were iconic Australian artists - it is a tribute to their enduring artistic legacy.
'Oyez Oyez' unfurls with every glance. From one perspective, it is a call to care for the environment, while from another, this avian ode is poetry in flight. As Auguste muses “the first bird call of the day sets the mood.” Stylistically, 'Oyez Oyez' also references Mirka, who interestingly, started drawing at Charles’s encouragement. Caught between permanence and flux, Auguste’s bird is conduit for time, space and the connection between artists, friends and a father and son.
Auguste is a respected Australian artist who has consistently exhibited for almost forty years. That he is the progeny of revered artistic dynasty the Blackman family, contributes a unique perspective to his work. Whether reflecting on the experience of growing up among artists, or demonstrating a born passion for painting, Auguste remains a dynamic and rich voice in Australian art.
To discover more about the Birdsong collection, click here. Auguste BLACKMAN (1957 - )'Oyez Oyez' 2018oil on canvasImage Size: 170 x 120 cm Dimensions: 170 x 120 x 5 cm Signed: Signed Auguste BlackmanComes with Letter of ProvenanceAvailability: in stockCondition: Excellent© The Artist or Assignee
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