Dimensions: 64cmH, 63.5cmW
Materials: paper, plaster and acrylic paint on plywood. Framed in Tasmanian Oak.
Artist: Morgana Celeste
About The Artwork
A sunny Saturday afternoon, around 1pm when there’s still hope for the day that something really good might happen and you’re gonna be there for it. After lunch, seated on a verandah. Light filters through the leafy arbour in chips of sun like the spray of a disco ball but gentler. The vine is in flower, tendrils wind their way around each other in a corkscrew embrace. Bees are frothing and you’ve ordered a post lunch treat. Amaretti? Cappucino? Creme Brulee? The temperature is just right. The music is wistful but not sad…what could anyone want?!
About The Artist
Morgana Celeste is a multidisciplinary creative who usually works with paper, plaster and cement. The combination of these materials unifies her love of materiality and composition, Morgana creates vibrant, tactile three-dimensional works that sit somewhere between painting and sculpture. She first began experimenting with paper as both canvas and material in 2019 with her first two shows going ahead online during the many lockdowns in Melbourne.
Breaking out of her usual practice for this piece, Morgana has explored more traditional painting techniques on canvas.
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