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Last days of Exhibition of ‘White Sand,Red Dust’ @Earlywork Gallery

Thank you to all of you the showed your support in attending the opening on Sunday. The response to the work was that of genuine love of the country we live in. To all of you that could not make it please note that I will be in the gallery this Saturday and Sunday 8th and 9th August from 10.30am – 4pm.

Upcoming Watercolour Exhibition –

‘White Sand, Red Dust’ @ Earlywork Gallery

As I travelled up north painting and camping with my family I was able to capture some extremely special moments with my watercolours. I will be exhibiting all the work from this trip from the white sand of the Coral Coast to the red dust of the Pilbara. Stay tuned or join my mailing list for opening details at Earlywork Gallery in South Fremantle.

‘Chasing the outback light’. Pilbara Region . June 2020

“2020 has been a strange time for everyone. I needed something to invigorate my creative flow and get out of the new normal. My family and I packed up the 4WD and headed North to immerse ourselves in nature. What an experience it was chasing the outback light, capturing moments with my watercolours and sitting in silence being inspired by nature.”

‘At The Waters Edge’ . Gallery One . Southport Gold Coast . March 2020

“Jacinda Bayne’s smoothly gestural and expressionistic landscape paintings create an atmospheric and intimate mood of consciousness. Pictorial elements are woven into the image with rich glazes of oil in gradient colours of blues, turquoises, golden reds and violets. The scale of the canvas immerses the viewer in natural beauty with an endless internal dialogue of colour and experience. Through the use of imagery, colour and composition, Jacinda’s signature abstract style creates a striking visual language evoking a sense of place. Carefully placed bridges, trees and bodies of water all elicit quietude and reflection”.

‘Rediscovered’ . Linton and Kay . Perth . August 2019

I have always felt I could capture something special about a place that may have been missed or lost.
 Bayne wants us to connect and reconnect by using our memory and imagination by using familiar forms and colours found in the landscape.  She is interested and inspired by how we understand and interact with our surroundings and how it makes us feel, forming strong bonds to the land and with each other.”

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