Fred Williams influenced landscapes

The following landscapes were painted by after-school students mentored by Jann Daly



After a visit to a Fred Williams exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Jann’s students (5 and 16 years old) were introduced to his Pilbara series of gouache landscape paintings made while working in Western Australia. 


In this project the students experimented with colour-mixing, attempting to create some of the hues of the Australian landscape while using the horizontal triptych layout evident in many of Williams’ works. Williams abstracted, calligraphic marks that he used for a tree was incorporated into these works.



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