Saturday 30 March to Sunday 5 May 2019
Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday 11am - 4pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am - 4pm Save to calendar

Cost: Free

Goolwa Visitor Information Centre

1300 466 592

Tags: Signal Point Gallery , Just Add Water 2019 , JAW 2019

Marek Herburt is fascinated by the complexity and variety of plant life intermixed with the vibrancy of colours in the Australian landscape. In this exhibition Marek portrays how light influences colours in nature. There are two ways of observing colours, local and global. The usual way to observe colours is local. This means the perception is influenced by what the brain is telling us, for example, that a tree trunk is brown, foliage is green and the sky is blue. Seeing colours globally means observing all the colours at the same time, providing the opportunity to see colours as they actually appear in nature, that is, bright and contrasting. Tree trunks, leaves and sky can be any possible colour. The unpredictability of the colours and the interplay of light while observing colours globally is a constant source of inspiration for Marek when connecting with nature.

Opening Event: Sunday 31 March at 2pm

2019-03-30 11:00:00
2019-05-05 16:00:00