OPENING: FRIDAY 4 MARCH, 6-8pm
Anne Judell’s layered luminous works on paper command our attention to small details of beauty. Often working on one piece for months or even years, Judell’s art is as much an art of archaeology as drawing, an excavation into the subtle relations between light and shade. Judell sculpts her paper, revealing the hidden layers between charcoal, pastel, gesso and paper.
Anne is one of Australia’s most prominent artists working on paper. In 2011 Judell won the Dobell Prize for drawing and her work has been selected for and acquired by the Dobell, Kedumba and Jacaranda, Drawing Prizes. Her work is represented in State and Regional collections, including the National Gallery of Victoria, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the National Gallery of Australia.