An exhibition of paintings and prints by father and son artists; John Martin and Pirie Martin.
Pirie Martin, The Line, Castle Rock, Oil on Masonite, 46x30cm
John Martin is an Adelaide artist and cartoonist with a keen interest in art history. As an artist, he works primarily in the realm of printmaking exploring lino, etching and mono-printing processes to name a few. As a cartoonist, he has work regularly published in a variety of publications in Australia and New Zealand.
Piere Martin works primarily with oil on board, though he also works in the print medium. His paintings feature bold contrasting colour and organic line work.
John Martin, Castle Rock, Dry point etching, 19.5x11.5cm
Relative Viewpoints is a series of works of various places in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia's iconic outback destination. The arid landscape plant life, coupled with rocky mountain ranges and beautiful surroundings have been the lure of artists for centuries.
Why not drop in and have a look at the work this father and son have created?