Bronwyn Hill and Michelle Caitens’ new exhibitions this May
Hyperreal artist Bronwyn Hill and nature artist Michelle Caitens show their new exhibitions this May.
Bronwyn Hill is recognized by her hyperreal figurative paintings. Her new collection Lost for Words follows a narrative, a single figure leaving a house, representing a change of state of mind, scene, and of new beginnings. This new series take a new turn in to the interior, expressing the personal and intimate, and moving forward to new experiences.
Bronwyn has had a number of group and solo exhibitions and shown in many prestigious prizes. She has been a finalist in The Manning Art Prize, The Portia Geach Memorial Award, the Kennedy Art Prize and the Clayton Utz Art Award.
This new collection by Michelle Caitens explores her fascination with the ocean, celebrating the shapes and forms of waves and their iridescent colours.
‘Waves have a surging force to them, yes can also have a delicate sculptural quality.’ – Michelle Caitens
Michelle’s ability to express the hidden stories of the natural world throughout her artwork has seen her published in many magazines and attain numerous awards. Recently Michelle has receive a Medal of Excellence for outstanding achievement from the Artists for Conservation Foundation based in Vancouver, Canada. She has also been published in ‘Contemporary Wildlife Art’ by Shiffer Publishing, USA, and is also featured on the front cover of the May 2015 edition of the ‘Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association’, USA.