Sat, 31 July|
Glow by Carla Tucker Opening #2 - 31 July 6pm-7pm
Changing the format due to COVID restrictions - we are moving the date and breaking up into 3 sessions to keep numbers compliant.
Time & Location
31 July 2021, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Caulfield North, 241 Hawthorn Rd, Caulfield North VIC 3161, Australia
About the Event
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Note that we will be opening the gallery as soon as the current restrictions are eased, and all works are available to view online in the virtual gallery, with enquiries to email@example.com.
“Creativity, observation & a general awe of all things beautiful have been a part of my life always.” Carla Tucker
Based in Melbourne, Carla graduated from Textile Design at RMIT and worked in the fashion & textile industry for many years. Eventually she was seduced by the pure creativity of oil painting.
Since 2015, Carla has been dedicated to oil painting full time. Carla paints from life as it allows her to construct a subject with a strong design element & observe the result of daylight on the objects. Carla’s inspirations are abundant from modern masters; Matisse, Van Gogh, Gauguin and closer to home Australian Modernist painters such as Alison Rehfisch and Grace Cossington Smith. A self-confessed op & vintage shop addict, she’s forever scouring the aisles for the “perfect find” to include in a set up. Carla has undertaken many courses & workshops at both Australian & overseas studios.
In 2020, Carla gained recognition and her work was exhibited at Michael Reid in Sydney. Michael Reid will also hold Carla’s first NSW solo exhibition in Murrurundi end 2021.
· 2021 Group Exhibition “The Country Table” Michael Reid Murrurundi
· 2020 Awarded “Highly Commended” 2020 Boroondara Arts Encouragement Award
· 2019 Semi Finalist Darling Portrait Prize National Gallery of Australia Canberra, for her portrait of her daughter, Zoe
· Red Hill Art Show, 2016, 2017, 2019
“Carla Tucker's oils on linen display a clear artistic vision. The artist has chosen interesting objects to group together, observed through unique perspectives; a refreshing take on the still life tradition.” Boroondara Arts Encouragement Award