Allowing the Process
10 - 22 July 2012
Opening Tuesday 10 July, 6-8pm
"Through the mediums of painting, ink on paper and photography. Exploration, going with the flow and the process of creative uncertainty, the allowing and surrendering to the moment to reveal what is within. As most of my work develops on the canvas working with intuition, the raw creative process and how this defines identity. Layering the paint, rubbing back to reveal what needs to be communicated in visual dialogue.
"The photographic works, capturing the ethereal in the landscape, its beauty, as everything is impermanent, the wisdom lies in going along and co-operating with nature."
Rosaria's art practice crosses many mediums and materials. With a passion for the impact of open air abstract paintings and the photography that seems to draw you in with the use of light, the mysterious emphasising the sense of beauty.
Rosaria Crane graduated from Victoria University in 2009 after completing a Diploma of Visual Art and mounted her first solo exhibition in early 2010 at Gallery 234 in Richmond. Her work is held in the public collection of Victoria University and private collections throughout Australia. She was awarded the Art Prize for Digital Photography by Victoria University and is the recipient of the 2011 Intrepid Travel Prize for Photography.