Araluen Paintings
28 February - 19 March

Glenda Fell-Jones’ Araluen paintings are an intimate collection of visual observations by an artist who is present in the landscape.

Glenda was born in country Victoria but having worked in Sydney for most of her career she developed a passion for the Australian bush. She has a studio at the head of the Araluen valley in NSW and enjoys many hours gazing at the shifting light as clouds form in an ultramarine sky, turning to vapour against the paler horizon. As the grey-greens of eucalypts change with the light, Glenda experiments with colour to find the elusive depth of a landscape she knows so well.

Glenda Fell-Jones has been a finalist in the Archibald Prize; Salon des Refusés of the Archibald; semi-finalist in Doug Moran Portrait prize, Portia Geach Painting Prize and the NSW Parliamentary Plein Air Art Prize.