Fabric of Place, Boom Gallery, 2017
Fabric of Place, Boom Gallery, 2017

Fabric of Place aims to explore the intersection between humans and their environment, both natural and man-made. Looking at expected and unexpected layers of movement that make up the places we inhabit. This exhibition will feature mixed media collage and acrylic paintings on canvas and board.

Andrea has taken inspiration from the different aspects of her local landscape; the ocean, flora and fauna, walking paths and dwellings; considering how layers of human design and movement impact these aspects. Weaving different elements of texture, colour and form together, Andrea has created abstract works that could be described as ‘Constructed Textile Landscapes’.

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Fabric of Place, Boom Gallery, 2017
AShaw_CollageUntitled 3.jpg
AShaw_Dusk.jpg
AShaw_Overcast.jpg
AShaw_DesireLines.jpg
AShaw_LookingUpward.jpg
AShaw_TheBay.jpg
AShaw_CollageUntitled1.jpg
Fabric of Place, Boom Gallery, 2017

Fabric of Place aims to explore the intersection between humans and their environment, both natural and man-made. Looking at expected and unexpected layers of movement that make up the places we inhabit. This exhibition will feature mixed media collage and acrylic paintings on canvas and board.

Andrea has taken inspiration from the different aspects of her local landscape; the ocean, flora and fauna, walking paths and dwellings; considering how layers of human design and movement impact these aspects. Weaving different elements of texture, colour and form together, Andrea has created abstract works that could be described as ‘Constructed Textile Landscapes’.

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