2014
 
Yallingup Galleries
   
    Issue 39, July 2014   
     
    
 
  Feature Artist:
  Liz McKay

 
    Feature Artist:
  Annemieke Mulders

 
    Feature Artist:
  Maria Cool

 
   New Work:
 Mary-Lynne Stratton
 Rita Winkler

 Kim Maple
     
     
     
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   The Jazz Alley
 
   
Feature Artist: Liz McKay
 
Liz McKayís vibrant works draw their essence from smoky bars, sultry jazz singers, romantic couples, European cafes and childhood memories. Characteristic of Lizís painting style is the attention to expression and colour. 

The focus of the paintings is the intriguing expressions and interaction between the painted figures, which invite the viewer to explore the unwritten thoughts and feelings between them.

Liz McKay has created a unique perspective on the emotional connection between music, colour, shape and mood, to creating unusual and compelling images.
  
      Always       You fill my Whole Heart with Butterflies
 
   Feature Artist: Annemieke Mulders
 
 
Inspired by the turquoise sea, white beaches and eucalyptus green forests at our doorstep, Annemieke attempts to capture this in her work to share with others. Her love of organic forms and surrealism motivates slightly twisted, wonky and peculiar shapes.

The unique ceramics are designed with the user in mind. The wavy nature of the Jazz cups makes them a pleasure to hold, and the feet of the Myriad Penta cups go around your little finger for easy hold. The irregular and unusual shaped functional teapots are intended to make you smile.

 
 
    Latte Cups
 
Jazz Wonky Teapot  
 
  Organic Bowl  
   Feature Artist: Maria Cool
 
Maria Cool embarked on her creative pathway producing enamel on copper jewellery in the 1960ís and 1970ís. Whilst travelling in Holland, Maria was offered an exhibition of her jewellery throughout the country, however, her desire to paint inspired her return to study.

Having completed a six-year part time Art Studies course at Fremantle Technical College in 1983 her first Exhibition of paintings lead to numerous Solo Exhibitions. Her paintings are vibrant and rich in colour and texture flattering her compositions of European landscapes and still life scenes.
 
     Tea For Two      The Green Bottle
     New Works
 
  Burnt Icons 3
 
  Burnt Icons 2
Rita Winkler Balance III