Drew Lawson returns with his art exhibition on April 7.
The studio on the edge of the Whipstick forest is open to celebrate and take in all that each installment of the exhibition provides.
Throughout the day light refreshments will be provided, while all funds raised will be used for the care of refugees.
All paintings arise from, and add to, Lawson’s daily practice of meditation.
This vision for the exhibition is that each image is a door onto the viewers own meditations.
Which is emphasised by a few images having a coloured door central to the image.
This exhibition comprises a series of paintings in oil and acrylic.
Part of the exhibition will be an array of paintings on A3 paper which have been painted over poems Lawson thought were finished but were not.
In many of the images words can be seen, perhaps all the words, perhaps only one word, and for other images no words are visible but they all have the sense of a page from a book.
The array on A3 paper will be in the upper room and visitors are encouraged to sit on a chair and take some time for personal reflection if they find a particular image, or images, that speak to them.
All images are for sale. Entry by gold coin donation.
Lawson’s studio is at 169 Eaglehawk-Neilborough Rd Eaglehawk, and the exhibition is on Saturday, April 7, from 11am until 5pm.