Four Views exhibition opens at Lolli Redini

FOUR VIEWS: Artists Euan Macleod and Steve Lopes are putting their impressions of Orange on display at a Lolli Redini exhibition running until mid April.

FOUR VIEWS: Artists Euan Macleod and Steve Lopes are putting their impressions of Orange on display at a Lolli Redini exhibition running until mid April.

Euan Macleod, Angela Malone, Steve Lopes and Brad Hammond are collaborating in a plein air exhibition opening at Lolli Redini on March 11.

Four Views is a collection of new works depicting Orange landscapes, including museum director Mr Hammond’s abandoned orchards around Nashdale and scenery from the backroads around Bing.

“With plein air you are working outdoors in the elements,” he said.

“It forces you to respond directly to what you’re seeing – working with changing light and weather can make it very interesting.”

As alluded through the name of the exhibition, the work depict the four friend’s different perspectives and interpretations of the region.

Mr Macleod, Ms Malone and Mr Lopes work is mostly produced using oil paint on canvas and board, while Mr Hammond’s work is primarily watercolour and ink on paper.

The pieces size and scale also varies considerably, with the art works priced from $500 to $40,000.

Diners at Orange’s chef hat rated restaurant will see the works from the four celebrated artists on display until the finale of FOOD week.

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