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Looking from the sky, Mark Stewart captures a composite view of Australian fields - creating a grid that intersects and clashes with the organic, curved shapes found within the natural landscape. The visible divisions between the collaged squares convey the ongoing tension between the untamed environment and organised human structures. Since his graduation from the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) in the 1990s, Stewart has been investigating how the Australian landscape is perceived in the midst of ongoing industrial advancements and heightened awareness of climate change. The delicate and ephemeral beauty of the natural world, captured and presented through a grid-like lens, reflects Stewarts contemplation of human intervention, ecological balance, and the coexistence of nature and civilisation.Through his art, Stewart invites us to engage in a thoughtful dialogue about the intersection of nature, culture, and technology, urging us to consider the intricate connections that bind us to the landscapes we both admire and transform.This intriguing painting seamlessly bridges the gap between the structured and the organic, making it a valuable addition to collections of contemporary landscape art.
Mark STEWART (1961 - )'JQ 794 - Flight into Brisbane' 2014oil on canvasImage Size: 41 x 30 cm Dimensions: 41 x 30 x 4 cm Signed: Signed 'Mark Stewart' verso; also titled and dated by artist on versoComes with Letter of Provenance
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