2019 EXHIBITION  31 AUG- 1 SEP

 

Oak Hall, Melbourne Rudolf Steiner School

213 Wonga Road, Warranwood,3134

The 3 Sisters by Mark Bagally

ARTIST NOTES: The inspiration for this painting came about following a trip to Katoomba in the Blue Mountains NSW in March 2017. I was amazed at the breadth and depth of the landscape and how the afternoon light blanketed the distant hills. The 3 sisters is a tourist icon in Katoomba and there are many vantage points with which to observe the light hitting the jagged rock faces. I was really taken with the area and felt a strong desire to paint it.

Features

DIMENSIONS (Height - 64.00 cm X Width - 122.00 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Oil on Wood
GENRE Landscape
REGISTERED NRN # 000-39563-0154-01
COPYRIGHT © Mark Bagally
PRIZES AND AWARDS No Awards
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Artist: Mark Bagally



ARTIST BIO

Mark Bagally is a full-time artist living in Torquay, Victoria now pretty much devoting all his time in pursuit of oil painting along with occasionally experimenting and engaging in other artistic endeavours. His work has been descibed as "Realism".

His particular passion, at the moment, is seascapes/landscapes in oil for which he is gaining some notoriety and acclaim. His work depicts a moodiness and can instil a sense of calm in the audience, particularly with his larger paintings. He has recently been experimenting in watercolour and also venturing into portraiture in oil. This year (2019) he won a National Contemporary Art Award for his first self-portrait in oil.

Mark sits on several art related committees including Surfcoast Arts Inc and Surfcoast Arts Trail Committee run by the local shire.

Mark's commissions have included old farm houses; residential houses and particular coastal and rural scenes. He uses various social media platforms to engage his audience including Facebook (Art61); YouTube (markbagallyart61)



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