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The studio I create my work is in a very unique building. A disused three level Catholic school which converted into art studios in 1995 comprises of approximately 35 artists. Every year the artists hold a major art exhibition where all studios doors are open for the public to take a sneak peek. It’s definitely worth the visit.
Here’s what one visitor wrote about (my work and) the 2011 show.
… I told her I want to wear her oil paintings as a dress. Her colours are delicious and their application is delirious – thick , bright, swirling layers that are inspired by the lush local scenery. All I know is, I want to come on that bushwalk. Some of Karagelinian’s paintings are entirely abstract and evocative while others are more concrete subjects – mangroves, self portraits bathed in rainbows of shapes and symbols. She also has a series of large scale line drawings (I think they’re oil pastels or maybe chalk on painted canvas) of people in architectural interiors whose layers reverberate and make you feel like you’ve got x-ray vision.
Address: 111 Lennox Street, Newtown
Opening hours: 10am – 5pm Saturday and Sunday
Come and see some amazing talent in the art hub of Sydney!
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