Upcoming solo show
Oblivious Busyness is a solo exhibition of new works by Australian artist, Gus Eagleton that discuss the evolution of urban landscapes. In this series of paintings, Eagleton captures a narrative within the space; both realistic and imagined.
Eagleton's work draws from feeling, combining elements of realism, expressionism and abstraction, in response to the built environment around him. Although the works are a look at the urban landscape it is not the artist’s intention to study landscape painting but to look specifically at people and their relationship to their surroundings and to life itself.
This free exhibition is open to the general public, with entry via Greaser Bar.
Note: this exhibition will be on show for one night only and is an all ages event. Under 18's are welcome to attend if accompanied by a parent of guardian.
Make sure to follow Gus and in the lead up to the show.
Opening reception and Facebook RSVP
Thursday September 7th
6:30pm until 9:00pm
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