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Craig Penny Exhibition - Redsea Gallery

Craig Penny Exhibition - Redsea Gallery

 

Ocean to Outback by Craig Penny is the current exhibition at Redsea Gallery, James Street, Fortitude Valley.

 

The Bridge, Craig Penny

The Bridge, Craig Penny

 

I stumbled across this stunning exhibition when I recently dropped into Redsea Gallery. Having never seen Craig Penny's work before, I instantly fell in love with his style, his choice of colours and the peaceful tone of his work.

 

This current exhibition features an assortment of paintings following Penny’s journey from the quiet coastal regions of Queensland thru the Murray River to the busy streets of Melbourne.

 

Chapel Street, Craig Penny

Chapel Street, Craig Penny

Silverton Lines, Craig Penny

Silverton Lines, Craig Penny

 

Penny draws upon our surrounding landscapes in a way that offers refuge from our busy lives. This collection invites you to bask in vibrant river boats and tumble into the metropolis of a sundrenched Australian life.

 

River Walk, Craig Penny

River Walk, Craig Penny

 

Mesmerising blue hues that are so beautifully captured by Penny in both sky and sea, emit to me a serene sense of peace and tranquility and as so eloquently worded by Redsea Galley "his free-form techniques capture tranquil scenes, leaving us to scrunch our toes in the sand or gaze into our beloved Brisbane and Melbourne cityscapes".

 

See this stunning collection for yourself from February 7 to March 5, 2017.


Craig Penny - Ocean to Outback

Where - Redsea Gallery, Centro 2/27 James Street, Fortitude Valley

Telephone - (07) 3162.2230

Website - www.redseagallery.com.au 

 

With thanks to Redsea Gallery for their permission to take photographs for this post. Unfortunately my photos were not of a quality good enough to pay justice to Craig Penny's beautiful work. Images used are reproduced from the Redsea Gallery website.

Rolling in the Deep

Rolling in the Deep

Feel Good at South Bank

Feel Good at South Bank