Art Guide: Neridah Stockley’s deconstructed landscape
Article by Andrew Stephens
Over the past decade, Alice Springs-based Neridah Stockley has enjoyed several art residencies in Fremantle, Western Australia. There, she has become well-acquainted with the natural beauty of the port city at the mouth of the Swan River. In her paintings, drawings, prints, and her more recent foray into ceramic work, she has studied the area’s topography and waterfronts, as well as its history.
“… my training at the National Art School formed my approach to colour. However, through the discipline of monochrome, I can introduce more ‘outrageous’ colours if you like… allowing colour to have its own life and expression.” – Neridah Stockley
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Image: Neridah Stockley, Back of a house, oil on hardboard, 2014, 30 x 25 cm. Collection of the artist.