CODE - Exhibition - Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox

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Hello! A quick reminder about
An exhibition of new paintings by Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox

Doors Open: Tuesday 21 July at 10 am
Celebration Drinks With the Artist: Friday 24 July 6 - 8 pm
Artist's Talk: Sunday 26 July 11 am - 12 noon

You are welcome to bring friends and family to see the exhibition and/or attend events.
CODE is open daily 10am - 6pm for nearly two weeks Tuesday 21 July - Sunday Aug 2 



Graydon Gallery, 29 Merthyr Rd, New Farm, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

EXHIBITION DATES: Tuesday 21 July - Sunday 2 August
OPEN DAILY: 10am - 6pm or by appointment

Ph: 0409 059 018 or during exhibition only 61 7 3254 2325

The gallery has wheel chair access and there is ample non-metered street parking.

CODE on my BLOG           CODE 'gallery' on my website

Privileged Landscape? Oil on linen 80 x 140 cm 2015
Middle: Future Oil on linen 92 x 102 cm 2015
Below: Coded Landscape Mixed media on paper 15 x 21 cm 2015


I grew up, in the 60s and 70s, surrounded by technology…and the flat and treeless, but beautifully expansive landscape of the black soil Pirrinuan Plain, situated between Dalby and Jimbour, Western Darling Downs. Although my father was a farmer, his great passion is electronics. He is a HAM radio enthusiast and my parent’s house was/is full of gadgets and electronic/computer equipment. My Mother tells me that Dad built our first TV on the dining room table in 1959/60. He also built tall aerials to send and receive messages from around the world and we always had communication devices in our vehicles…and more.  Even though we lived in rural Queensland, the world seemed close because of my father’s electronic reach...and this was well before the internet! The relentless distance of my childhood landscape brought land and sky together, thus opening up the universe, especially at night, as a place to travel in imagination.

The paintings in CODE draw upon the inspirations of my childhood landscape as well as my life-long exposure to technology. I draw upon my interests in cosmology and age-old symbols to reflect upon the influence of technology in the 21st century. The paintings are not illustrative or 'artist impression' type images. Rather, they hopefully stimulate wonder and an experience with perspective.
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