ROCK ‘n SOUL digital art and photography inspired by music

Thursday 28 August 2014 to Monday 22 September 2014
10:00am - 4:00pm

Location: Stockyard Gallery | Category: Art

Rock ‘n Soul digital art and photography inspired by music
Stockyard Gallery 28/08 – 22/09 2014. Opening Saturday 30 August 12 noon.

Tessy Amesreiter has put together an exhibition of digital art and photographs by five men from Australia and Germany with very different backgrounds.

They all share one thing, their love and their passion for Photography.

For this exhibition, Tessy has challenged the ‘five’ to take on the task to produce photographs inspired by music. From their broad range of styles, the exhibition coordinator chose photographs and digital artwork that pictorially interprets different styles of music, from Natural Sounds and Classical to Pop, from Gothic to Electronica.

Tessy proudly presents a selection of photographs, especially created for this exhibition by Max Adam from Foster, Bernd Amesreiter from Toora, Keith Haycroft from Port Welshpool, Hans Kawitzki from Geelong and Kurt Wörsdörfer from Flörsheim/Germany.

Fragments, landscapes and inner landscapes, realistic and surrealistic, colourful and monochrome, beautiful and not so beautiful, but this, dear observer, we leave up to you to decide.

Look at and listen to these pictures, like you have never done before.  They may take you on a path through your inner self, on a journey to the universe, or to a place of beauty and tranquillity.

Kurt’s creativity in particular, has inspired Tessy to put this exhibition together. His pictures are a mirror of himself; they are controversial, provocative and confronting. However, they are strongly influenced by Kurt’s favourite style of music, Heavy Metal and Gothic.

Don’t miss the opportunity to indulge this exhibition.

Also on display in a six-minute audio-vision are pictures from the exhibition that reflects different styles of music.
For more information please ring Stockyard Gallery Foster on 03 5682 1125, or Tessy on 5681 6329 or 042 595 699 or email to: [email protected]

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