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.
Ninewhiterooms was conceived in 2011 as a virtual on-line art gallery.
The concept was given a architectural design form based on its namesake Nine white rooms. The form evolved as nine stepped gallery spaces with the roof of each providing further outdoor space for displaying sculpture . The dream of this facility was it would be located adjacent a stepped waterfall , with access provided by a landscaped pathway , across the water course by glass bridges, designed to form a separation between the forest setting and the artwork .
This imaginary development provided that context for the work that was to fill its rooms and roof gardens , and requires those who resonate with the work to imagine the wonder of this extraordinary piece of virtual architecture.
To create these paintings and infuse life to the architecture a scale model was constructed and the resultant photography emerged.
The design steps down the landscape and sideways to follow the adjoining water feature .Guests would arrive at the top and be directed to a free standing pavilion at the top of the landscaped pathway giving access to the three glass walkway bridges linking the pathway to the gallery rooms.
Showcasing the work of Terrence Martin , a mixed media artist working in digital space thru exhibitions posted annually since 2013. The works displayed in each room , can be printed on request as limited addition stretched canvases, or the high quality paper ready for framing .
The subject themes for each room reflect the diverse interests of the artist resulting in a magical body of work
a) In the supermarket the other day, something caught my attention 5 teenage girls all focused in their respective phones come to a halt in the main doorway, blocking access and egress , spacial awareness no longer part of their consciousness like a lost art , oblivious to the fact they were blocking access/egress to the market. They eventually moved driven by an unknown connection.
b) The footpath totally blocked by a group of young people engaged in conversation, when I purposely bumped one of them , his spacial awareness came to life and he apologised for blocking access , but didn’t move and continued his conversation .
A false sense of knowing ,a false sense of self-confidance bought about by the devaluation of learning. A young teenage boy thinks he has it all covered but is ignorant of his ignorance .
If you can goggle everything why bother to learn anything. Access is all you need. Search engines restrict your access by demanding we are crystal clear about what we want to find out about otherwise we are taken to numerous sites
Question ” Are there waterfalls in Greece “? search engine takes me to Greek to photos of waterfalls in Greece as well as elsewhere, also greek tourism ,beaches,ancient greek mythology.
Markets provide a direct connection with customers. Each sunday, not knowing who you will connect with or if you will connect at all. Satisfaction ,when people resonate with the work, its like a unspoken language.
How so much time is spent at work, the friendships there , the alliances, the partnerships , the enemies formed ?
Union rally . Solidarity, voice in numbers, common goals, common skills
Management team meeting . chair person sets agenda, each team member contributes to common benefit of the organisation. but often the agenda is hidden, meetings highjacked, team is a hard act to follow. Putting images to these human endeavours the challenge shinning the spot light in that direction not the traditional focus of art, but will form park of next years NWR exhibition in the Crowd gallery.
Unions use soladrity
Management use dissemination of information via team meetings including digital comms to reach team members beyond the meeting room.
The choice of style for differing groups,
how the differing styles come together, the image of management reps in the workplace space and union reps at management team meetings .
Next year, well known Gold Coast Artist Terrence (Terry) Martin will be exhibiting his works at the Artifact Gallery in Manhattan New York – by invitation. The occasion is a most prestigious exhibition of selected artists – a global perspective.
The Exhibition Catalogue will be critiqued by distinquished New York Art Critics (TBA) and will be pre-announced with substantial pre-exhibition advertising appearing on the well known artery.com website.
Terry’s Art is unconventional in that he uses digital mediums to complete his works. Initially relying on traditional creative processes – charcoal, oils, ink and watercolours, Terry is a master at expanding his images via utilising software – nothing special though – just the same programs you might have on your iPad or MacPro.
His art captures those definitive moments in our lives. From sudden interludes with wildlife, to coastal panoramas, to those intimate moments of solitude – Terry captures the colour, the vibrancy and the empathy we feel towards such vignettes of time.
His unique use of light and colour reflect on his varied career as both a working architect and a constant artist, first venturing into a vivid world of vibrant art in his early years on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. It was during this time he met Brett Whitely and other Sydney art circle luminaries and developed his own unique style and brilliant imagery.
If you see something you like click on the shop button. A range of prints in A3 and A4 are available priced with shipping costs. If the item you desire is not available or you prefer a larger canvas version, email Terry here and he can assist you.
Art is life. Live it to the fullest. Find the beauty in the everyday. Or the extraordinary – but seek the beauty – Life is art.