Subtropical Sublime (Nana's Back Garden), 2020
synthetic polymer and mixed drawing media on paper
Framed: 95 cm x 75 cm
Through dynamic imagery depicting verdant subtropical scenes, Erin continues her meditation on connections between significant people and places. Deploying lush greens and warming pinks, Erin's work captures the essence and energy of our dense subtropical climate in larger-than-life boldness. Both contrasting and calming, the shifting shapes and textures lure you in, creating a feeling of subtropical exploration.
Subtropical Sublime (Nana's Back Garden)
Erin Dunne is an artist and arts educator currently based in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art from Queensland College of Art in 2012.
Experimenting with the language and processes of drawing through both traditional and contemporary approaches forms the foundation of Dunne’s practice. She is attracted to drawing’s immediacy, flexibility and versatility, seeking to exploit its capacity for representing the narrative, poetic and gestural, and the resultant tension created when these intersect on paper.