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Exploring Nature’s Canvas: Vicki Buttrose’s ‘Nature Coloured’

Exploring Nature's Canvas: Vicki Buttrose's 'Nature Coloured'
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An Ode to Mangrove Creeks: A Journey Through Art

Vicki Buttrose’s upcoming exhibition, ‘Nature Coloured,’ promises a mesmerising journey through the heart of North Queensland’s mangrove creeks.

Hosted at Rosalie Gallery from November 15 to December 10, 2023, this exhibit is a testament to Vicki’s immersive experiences amidst the intricate tapestry of nature.

An Artistic Ode to Mangrove Mystique

At its core, ‘Nature Coloured‘ encapsulates the essence of mangrove ecosystems.

Vicki’s artistic portrayal, through mixed media paintings, ceramics, and film, eloquently captures the interplay of vibrant hues, textures, and reflections found within these coastal marvels.

Her deep-rooted connection to the mangroves is evident in the meticulous representation of their unique growth patterns. The exhibition delves into the transitions inherent in mangrove forests, illustrating their undulating journey along shorelines and tidal creek systems.

Inviting Serenity: Where Art and Nature Unite

Vicki’s artwork serves as a meditative exploration of nature’s ever-changing nuances, transporting observers to untouched realms and kindling a profound sense of harmony and belonging.

‘Nature Coloured’ invites art enthusiasts and nature lovers alike to immerse themselves in a world where art and the environment converge seamlessly.

A pivotal highlight is the Artist Talk on Saturday, November 18, at 11 am—an opportunity to delve deeper into Vicki Buttrose’s artistic journey. The event promises to be a captivating insight into the inspiration behind the exhibition, offering a chance to connect directly with the artist.