In this exhibition, Linda Kruger celebrates everyday objects. Her subjects range from rough-hewn hollow forms to detailed and contextualised still lifes. Some vessels are stripped back to the essentials, inviting us to enjoy whatever histories and associations they may conjure — hollow, and yet far from empty. Other forms appear in unexpected contexts, suggesting story and character without completely giving up their secrets.
A Tweed Regional Gallery initiative. An outcome of the Community Access Exhibitions Program.
Friday 22 July | 6–8pm | Free | Bookings essential
Image credit: Linda Kruger (left) Three Pink Tumblers (detail) 2022, acrylic on canvas, 43cm x 33cm;
(right) Tokyu Hands Shears (detail) 2022, acrylic on canvas, 32.5cm x 27.5cm.
Images courtesy the artist