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Kerry Valley is a part of the Natural Resilience collection. This collection highlights the resilience of the Australian environment and the people who inhabit it. This collection is a reflection of 2020, through the good and bad. It encompasses the resilience of our nation and resilience of its individuals. Artwork continues over edge.

About the Artist

As a fluid impressionist, Chloe Wigg creates intricate, evocative paintings from layers of poured acrylic paint. Her art is a celebration of the wonder of everyday life, as seen through the lens of someone with an invisible disability.

Like life, her art is uncomplicated and striking from afar, but only on closer inspection do you uncover the intricate beauty in the details. Her fluid, lineal movements and sophisticated variance in tone encourages introspection and playful curiosity.

Chloe’s work challenges audiences to shift their perspectives, see beauty in the bigger picture and find solace in the smaller details.

From the artist:

When I was very small we lived on a farm in western NSW. I have some very fond memories from those days. Mum breaking horses in and swimming in the grain feeder (soooo unsafe but heaps of fun). What I don’t remember is my parents having to buy hay, grain and water. I didn’t remember the drought. All I remember is when we had to leave. The rains never came, the crops couldn’t grow. This painting is an homage to farmers. It’s a hard life, at the mercy of the weather and the market. I wanted to celebrate a farm in full bloom. after the rains when there is hope and joy and anything is possible. This is the view from a Dairy farm in Kerry Valley South East Queensland.

Kerry Valley

Chloe Wigg

AUD$2,500
Size: 122w x 80h x 3.8d cms
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Acrylic on canvas

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Additional Information

Kerry Valley is a part of the Natural Resilience collection. This collection highlights the resilience of the Australian environment and the people who inhabit it. This collection is a reflection of 2020, through the good and bad. It encompasses the resilience of our nation and resilience of its individuals. Artwork continues over edge.

About the Artist

As a fluid impressionist, Chloe Wigg creates intricate, evocative paintings from layers of poured acrylic paint. Her art is a celebration of the wonder of everyday life, as seen through the lens of someone with an invisible disability.

Like life, her art is uncomplicated and striking from afar, but only on closer inspection do you uncover the intricate beauty in the details. Her fluid, lineal movements and sophisticated variance in tone encourages introspection and playful curiosity.

Chloe’s work challenges audiences to shift their perspectives, see beauty in the bigger picture and find solace in the smaller details.

From the artist:

When I was very small we lived on a farm in western NSW. I have some very fond memories from those days. Mum breaking horses in and swimming in the grain feeder (soooo unsafe but heaps of fun). What I don’t remember is my parents having to buy hay, grain and water. I didn’t remember the drought. All I remember is when we had to leave. The rains never came, the crops couldn’t grow. This painting is an homage to farmers. It’s a hard life, at the mercy of the weather and the market. I wanted to celebrate a farm in full bloom. after the rains when there is hope and joy and anything is possible. This is the view from a Dairy farm in Kerry Valley South East Queensland.

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