Eleanor Millard: A Chance Encounter

 

Eleanor Millard’s new suite of landscape paintings are set in paradox – they evoke a sense of place (but you can’t point to it on a map), deal in memory and dream, blend representation and abstraction, and are composed in a swift but meditative state. As Tai Mitsuji writes ‘In a sense, these artworks embody a collaboration between the artist of the past and the artist of the present, who both work across time, searching for a particular, intangible quality that sets their landscape apart.’

Wagner Contemporary
19 September to 7 October 2020
Sydney