a restless green: New Paintings - 2017


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To receive more information about a particular painting, or to see higher resolution pictures and zoom details, please request by email and I can provide these for you. Private viewings of all works are available upon request if you are in South Australia.

All prices are in Australian dollars.  Freight additional $250 within Australia (less within SA), $500 rest of the world.

Thank you.



If you would like to read some of my thoughts on these paintings, an accompanying passage of writing is here on my journal.


Into the Morning, 2017 . Oil on linen, 151 x 199cm

AU $9945.00    Available. Enquire


For Vita (North Star), 2017. Oil on linen, 151 x 199cm



By The Pond (for Claude), 2017. Oil on linen, 151 x 183cm

AU $9945.00



Meeting, and Parting, 2017. Oil on linen, 151 x 199cm



Far From Here, 2017. Oil on linen, 127 x 137cm



Le Chant, 2017. Oil on linen, 127 x 137cm



Previous Exhibitions, 2017

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Above Left:  Auricula IV, 2017. Oil on linen on board, oak framed.  39 x 30cm


Above Right: Auricula VIII, 2017. Oil on linen on board, oak framed.  39 x 30cm  



Morning, 2017.  Oil on linen, 122 x 152cm



Evening, 2017. Oil on linen, 151x199cm. (In the studio).



Second Sight, 2016. Oil on linen, 151 x 199cm

* sold


Lunar, 2017. Oil on linen, 151 x 198cm



Regale, 2017. Oil on linen, 127 x 137cm



Chorus, 2017. Oil on linen, 137 x127cm



Looking Back, 2017.  Oil on linen, 137 x 127cm



Fen, 2017.  Oil on linen, 127 x 137cm



About these paintings...

These paintings interweave themes of nature, landscape and still-life. As with much of Morgan’s work, they were inspired by an ongoing interest in the spiritual and psychological interactions between people, plants and the natural world.  Her haunting botanical works explore the human connection with the natural world, the circadian cycles of day and night, the slow diffusion of one season into the next; an homage to those forces that surround us, shaping our daily lives, and yet are increasingly separate, or kept separated.  Traditional pictorial space is manipulated: scale and depth distorted within layers of built-up glazes to create an otherworldly space which treads boundaries between interior and exterior, macro and micro, soft femininity and wild nature.