Tatyana Kulida used her lockdown home time to paint a collection of small still life paintings. The result, 'Still Life in Isolation' opens this Tuesday 2nd June.
Melissa McDougall's exhibition 'City Lights' was interrupted by the lockdown and extended into May. If you missed it, please visit the Current Exhibition page
Still Life in Isolation - Tatyana Kulida
Opening Tuesday 2 June from 2pm to 5pm
During the lockdown, one of New Zealand's finest still life and portrait artists, Tatyana Kulida, painted around a dozen small still life oils of the flora she found while foraging on Wellington's Mt Victoria, and various items, flowers and fruit etc in her home. We've turned this burst of lockdown creativity into an impromptu exhibition, Still Life in Isolation
Social distancing rules apply so the opening will be stretched out from 2 to 5pm over Tuesday afternoon 2nd June. With limits to how many we can have in the gallery, if you'd like to come along please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate a time you'll be there. We may need to do some cycling in and out with no one staying too long.
The paintings are unframed and will be priced accordingly. So with a variety to choose from and at good prices, this is a great chance to pick up one of Tatyana's beautiful still lifes. Images of all the paintings will be on the Current Exhibition page of the website by the following weekend.
All of these paintings and other new and recent art can be found on the New Art page
Useful to know
Artist Videos - The first of what I hope will be a series of short videos where artists talk about their recent work has been made. See Diana Treeborn talk to her poured paint artworks on the Gallery website home page
Joy de Geus - Thanks to lockdowns Joy is back from Holland where she was going to stay for a year. The good news is she is available for commissions!
Thanks and hope to see you in soon and I'm sure you'll enjoy the skill and beauty of Tatyana Kulida's lockdown artwork.
04 385 3083 email@example.com
Posted: Tue 02 Jun 2020