Luxurious A stone curved so hollow it was translucent, wrapped in gold fabric that smimmered,folded,joined effortlessly. Egyptian middle history,
Like it could be some beautiful furniture piece,
Coming forward in time. Summer holidays Palm beach cavaran park 1949. Living in a caravan for four weeks.where the adults were tall ,the golf course dangerous,dodging flying balls.A park of different shapes and colours, glare filled skies, salt drying on our shoulders and ears, a yearning to go to the Palladian for ice-cream
Doha beached, on shallow embankments, a memory from long past.
Meandering along locked in with a treasure trove of imagery initially created using drafting film + acrylic paints and my Ipad. A meandering journey that led to Egypt,the creation of a sacrophagus painted as if made from some rare translucent stone/ gold fabric thread placed in a buriel chamber, the walls of which adorned with memories depicked in previous paintings .
My April exhibition has been postponed till Oct 2020 , for obvious reasons, and my dissatisfaction with FB has reached a all time low. The introduction of their algorithms means the honeymoon is over. I have realised I can use my latest news segment to achieve the same ends , ie sharing my work with those who enjoy it, and the odd realisations to boot.
The next weeks will unfold a treasure trove of images that enter new territory and can only be found on my website.
The show will provide a opportunity for friends and followers to see a diverse selection of recent work, to be held across the month of April, with opening night the 3rd, giving everybody plenty of time to browse, at a time to suit their own busy lives. The exhibition is made up of 30 recent works all limited addition prints and all for sale.
I look forward to being there for the opening, to share the stories behind each piece, and current interests, firing my new creations. Invitations will be sent out thru March.
The venue is small but opens out to adjoining parkland providing a perfect backdrop.
My exhibition in New York was the culmination of 3 years planning and was a big success. Arriving home I have been re-thinking my way forward, and have begun with some new mixed media works from photographs taken as we crossed the globe
A freezing morning in the African bush gave up this photograph which I have made a digital painting of .
It is intended for the ninewhiterooms 2020 exhibition , included in the portrait gallery. A number of other pieces from our trip around the globe will be added as they come to hand .
Will add regular pieces during the remaining part of the year.
Working on a submission to Australia council for the Arts to fund three exhibitons in 2020 in Europe.
2020 is the seventh year of my career in art also my 77 year on the planet.
With Easter fast approaching, make sure you set aside the evening of the Thursday the 18th of April to attend the opening of Terrence Martin’s Melbourne Exhibition. The opening reception at Ryazanoff Gallery will occur between 6pm and 8pm. You are warmly invited to attend. The Gallery is located at 117 Bridport St, Albert Park, just east of Montague St. Catch the tram (South Melb Beach tram No.1)
This is an excellent selection of Terrence’s work with prints of many works being available for sale.
The Exhibition will continue with the full display of all selected works from April 16th through until May 8th.
Please feel welcome to contact the Gallery Manager and owner Elena for further details on 0477 015 110. For those unable to attend on Thursday evening, the Gallery is open from Tuesday to Saturday – please call and make an appointment with a time that suits your schedule.
This is a perfect opportunity to meet with the artist – Terrence Martin. Terrence takes traditional Art that one step further using digital programs to alter his images in creative and interesting fashions.
Make sure you don’t miss this splendid exhibition. It is simply superb. Terrence will then be exhibiting in New York in mid June.
The Exhibition – Terrence Martin, Nine White Rooms
Opening Reception – Thursday April 18th between 6-8pm
117 Bridport St, Albert Park, just east of Montague St.
Every now and again there’s something special happening in Melbourne, and this time exciting talent Terrence Martin is holding an exhibition at Ryazanoff Gallery in Albert Park from the 16th of April through until the 8th of May.
Terrence’s art is eclectic – a combination of style, vision and technology. Taking traditional painting, ink drawings and charcoal – then enhancing the finished art digitally.
The works are designed to be presented as prints. Themes from florals, beach and coastal to still life. From active dancing to portrait. Take a sneak preview here [LINK http://www.ninewhiterooms.com.au/%5D
Viewing the works in a Gallery setting is quite unique. the blue light, the electronics is no longer needed. Just another layer in the creative development of these exceptional works.
Please feel welcome to contact Elena of Ryazanoff Gallery for further details on 0477 015 110. If you can’t attend on Thursday evening the gallery is open from Tuesday to Sunday – or call and make an appointment.
Make sure you don’t miss this splendid exhibition. A superb collection. Terrence will then be exhibiting in New York in mid June.
Take the opportunity to meet the artist on Thursday evening, the 18th of April.