Contemporary impressionist, Vicki Corser, from Wavell Height’s Gallery Fifty One, has held her first solo exhibition in Singapore at the Australian High Commission.
“I was honoured to be given the opportunity to have a solo exhibition,” says Vicki. “The size of the space at the Australian High Commission was enormous, so extremely large art pieces were needed to fill the walls.”
Vicki, who normally produces large-scale art pieces, had to create her largest piece for the exhibition.
“The largest piece on display was 4m x 4m,’ says Vicki. ‘I had a sailmaker in Brisbane prepare the unstretched canvas for me.”
The exhibition features Australian flora and fauna, including fish, turtles and rainbow lorikeets, showcased in bold colours and textures.
“My love for flora made it so easy to create,” says Vicki. “The combination of vivid colour, lines and shapes that are found in flowers is fabulous.”
“My love for the beach is also an integral inspiration in my paintings. The colour, movement and compositions all reflect my energy for the outdoors, beach and reef.”
Since returning from Singapore, Vicki has not slowed down, and is busy with several pieces for new homes and producing a new range of art on silk scarves and fabric for upholstery and cushioning.
Gallery Fifty One | 200 Edinburgh Castle Road, Wavell Heights | 0418 984 220