Michael McIntyre

Michael McIntyre "Moonlight Garden" Series

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"Moonlight Garden" series
paintings by Michael McIntyre

One large, luminous work, "Night Garden", accompanied by three smaller works, vibrating with floating fields of colour, all made especially for "Moonlight Garden"; an exhibition of painting and ceramics, curated by the DEA Store and shown at YSG Studio Showroom, 21-22 November 2020.


The paintings from Moonlight Garden remain on display at YSG Studio, 1/303a Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010.

The accompanying ceramic works by Stephanie Phillips can now be seen at The DEA Store, Redfern


Night Garden, 2020
152.5 x 165
rice paper, rice glue, ink, vinyl and acrylic on linen 

Lake Lechenaultia, 2020
29.5 x 39.5
rice paper, rice glue and ink on primed masonite

Coral Sea Pink, 2020
29.5 x 39.5
rice paper, rice glue, acrylic and ink on primed masonite

The Leeuwin Current, 2020
29.5 x 39.5
rice paper, rice glue and ink on primed masonite

Moonlight Garden was initially exhibited at YSG Studio Showroom
21/22 November 2020

 

 

 

Artist Notes

Michael McIntyre is a multi-disciplinary and award winning artist working in Patonga NSW.

He has a Bachelor Fine Art in Textiles from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and a Bachelor Fine Arts Honours in Painting at the National Art School in Sydney. Mcintyre has worked in the Arts for over 20 years in preparatory and administration roles.

He has exhibited his work across Australia - most notably at PICA, Damien Minton Presents, Flinders Street Gallery, was commissioned by Mirvac in association with The National Art School to produce a public artwork realised in Underwood Street in Sydney's CBD and is a founding Director of the Artist Run Initiative Stacks Projects.

McIntyre has a multi-faceted art-practice encompassing drawing, textiles, painting, installation and craft. His approach being process driven with material manipulation and experimentation the primary mode of development. His work is always personal and hand-made, a remnant from his early training in textile arts, the work is often concerned with existential and environmental themes and modes of making and representation.


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