'Moments of Clarity' is a fine art exhibition showcasing recent oil and watercolour artworks by accomplished artists Andriane Georgiou, Georgia Georgiou and Sof Georgiou.
Held at Percolator Gallery from 4 to 9 September 2018, 'Moments of Clarity' explores those moments of clear thought and pure vision that we experience daily. In these savoured moments, we dissociate from our daily challenges and the complexity of our lives and can embrace an invaluable feeling of peace, heightened perception and clarity.
As Andriane, Georgia and Sof battled for hours or days on a composition, those moments of clarity enabled them to translate a small vision of reality into a balanced work. "The happiest instances in our painting lives are those when we finally see a painting coming together and the last brushstrokes are placed on the canvas; when all is resolved!".
This stunning exhibition features a wide selection of artwork and runs from 4 to 9 September, Tuesday to Sunday from 10am - 6pm daily.
An Opening Night event will be held on Friday 7 September from 5pm - 8pm. All are welcome to come along and enjoy snacks and wine with the artists.
Entry is FREE. The Percolator Gallery is located at 134 Latrobe Terrace, Paddington, Brisbane. For more information on the 'Moments of Clarity' Fine Art Exhibition, please follow Facebook.
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Sof Georgiou is an award-winning, full-time oil and watercolour painter. Born in Athens, Greece, he currently lives with his family in Brisbane. Sof worked as an engineer and later found a passion for art. He enjoys to paint en plein air, primarily focusing on landscapes, seascapes and cityscapes in a loose style. His work has been regularly exhibited in Australia since 2011, receiving many awards including 1st prize at 2018 EKKA (Drawing), 2nd prize at 2018 EKKA (Marine Seascape), 1st prize at 2017 Art Extravaganza (Watercolour), 1st prize at 2017 EKKA (Drawing) and 3rd place in 2017 EKKA (Watercolour).
Born in Sydney and raised in Athens, Andriane Georgiou developed most her early works in pencil and ink sketches while living in Greece, raising a family and travelling in Europe and Asia. Influenced by the modern impressionists, she now works with oils to paint alla prima landscapes and still-life inspired by the vivid colours of nature. Andriane has completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Sydney and her work has been widely exhibited, receiving awards including 1st prize at 2018 EKKA (Marine Seascape), finalist at 2017 Rotary Art Spectacular and 2nd prize at 2016 EKKA (Flora and Fauna).
Georgia Georgiou completed a Bachelor of Design in Architecture in 2016 where she found herself developing a great interest and appreciation for creative expression through illustration and fine art. She has been experimenting with watercolour as a medium to capture primarily details from nature and elements of the built environment; each reminiscent of the other though strategic composition and framing. Georgia claimed 1st prize at 2018 EKKA (Still-Life).