Matthew Bromhead: Lapis Leisurely

MATTHEW BROMHEAD The Woe of No Woe 2016, brass, cork, copper, pastel, paper on board. 72 x 92cm. Image courtesy the artist.   MATTHEW BROMHEAD  It’s a Small World, and Sometimes It Gets Smaller, brass, cork, copper, pastel, paper on board. 90 x 120cm. Image courtesy the artist.

7 October – 20 November 2016

Bringing together work created as part of the Hill End Artists in Residence Program in Murrays Cottage in June 2015, and work inspired by Brush Island on the south coast of NSW, Matt Bromhead responds to the landscapes of both regions in a new series of collages and sculptures. Here, Hill End’s ‘wonky undulations’ - its distant, cold peaks, and the fortunes and losses associated with the past inhabitants - meet the ‘frazzled lapping’ of water around Brush Island’s shores in a series of exquisitely executed assemblages.

A Hill End Artists in Residence Program exhibition

 

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IMAGE: MATTHEW BROMHEAD The Woe of No Woe 2016, brass, cork, copper, pastel, paper on board. 72 x 92cm. Image courtesy the artist. MATTHEW BROMHEAD It’s a Small World, and Sometimes It Gets Smaller, brass, cork, copper, pastel, paper on board. 90 x 120cm. Image courtesy the artist. MENU IMAGE: MATTHEW BROMHEAD Dressed for Breakfast 2016, brass, copper, cork, paper on board, 72 x 92 cm.Image courtesy the artist.