The Peisley St Gallery will open a new exhibition from Sydney-based artist Melinda Marshman this week.
Known for her spare and reductive style, Ms Marshman's Room To See will be on display at the gallery from Thursday.
Ms Marshman said Room To See is a series of oil paintings that address meditative moments and pauses in life.
"Seemingly inconsequential glimpses of nature and small moments are the inspiration for this body of work," she said.
Ms Marshman said changes in thinking which have occured after a road trip, views from a window, the night sky and autumnal skies observed during a walk have inspired these pieces.
"All these and more are the small moments that inspire me, and that I record in paint,' she said.
Ms Marshman will attend the public opening of the show, which will run on Thursday 6pm-8pm.
Gallery director Leiarna Dunworth and curator said their aim is to being both known and new voices to The Peisley St Gallery, introducing local art lovers to a range or artists.
"We want every exhibition to be a surprise, so over the course of the year we will interchange traditional with modern, representative with abstract, painting with photography," Ms Dunworth said.
Room to See will run from Thursday until July 7.
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