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Patchwork Paddocks

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Patchwork Paddocks

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Lise Temple

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2020

Oil on canvas

Unique Work

Dimensions: 112cm (H) x 122cm (W) x 3.5cm (D) / 44.1" (H) x 48" (W) x 1.4" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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The painting represents views of autumn vineyards as observed from the car when driving through the Clare Valley. I combine the moving views to make an abstract design. This is the area I live in and it is scenery that is familiar and very dear to me.
The canvas features areas of thick impasto paint application and also some texture from sewn seams, referencing the patchwork effect of the rural land.

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Hometown: Sydney

Based in: Barossa Valley

Lise Temple's abstract landscape paintings explore the colours, contrasting light and broad shapes of the South Australian landscape. The progress of the seasons and the agricultural processes on the land create a series of transient views. The textures, colours and patterns are constantly changing. These alterations are heightened by the experience of driving, moving through the view, watching shapes shift with changing perspective. During the painting process, grasses or branches become gestures, roads are made into formal borders between shapes, skies are fragmented and used as tonal intrusions. Relationships between landscape elements are shifted as happens when the viewer moves through the landscape. When produced in this way, the painting becomes an investigation into the temporal experience of viewing the landscape.
In all of the work she intends to insinuate notions of form, space and time but also to leave room for the viewer to become involved in making their own interpretation of the subject.

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