Nicola Moss: Breathing in Trees

Charcoal, watercolour, oil crayon, ink and ochre combine with the delicate medium of paper-cuts to consider the relationship between humans, the urban environment and green spaces in Australia and Japan in this exhibition by Nicola Moss. Working as she does the artist finds the nuance of experience and place more accessible and as such her work is both a study and showcase of the innate human desire to connect with nature.

Nicola Moss, Tokyo wild tree in hand (detail), 2018, assorted papers, synthetic polymer paint, collagraph and relief prints, charcoal frottage, oil crayon, ink, ochre, watercolour and matt varnish on stretched linen, 150 x 200cm. Photograph: Carl Warner. Courtesy of the artist, Onespace Gallery, Queensland and Gallery at HOTA, Queensland

Gallery at HOTA
Until 25 November, 2018