Lucienne Rickard: Threads

Lucienne Rickard is known for highly detailed and often large-scale graphite drawings. Her recent drawings continue the themes she has been exploring over previous exhibitions, such as beauty, death, brutality, and obsession.

The subject matter, often meant to evoke disintegration or death, is also chosen for detail. Some works explore the gradual accumulative death, others the aggressive chasing and confronting of death. Rickard is currently exploring ideas of absence and presence, obsessively capturing the details and silhouettes of worn clothing such as jeans and t-shirts.

Lucienne Rickard, Skin (BPM), graphite on paper, 120 × 95cm (unframed). Courtesy the artist and Beaver Galleries, Australian Capital Territory

Beaver Galleries
9 to 25 November 2023
Australian Capital Territory

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