Painting exhibition at Edgecliff, NSW from 4-16 April 2019

Ad Min - Monday, April 01, 2019

The Thienny Lee Art Gallery opened in 2017 striving to promote and encourage new talent and also to providing space to established artists. It hosts contemporary works from local and also international artists. The art that is exhibited spans through various media for artists and for connoisseurs of art both.

Event: The First Element: Ignite by Neelum Nand

Dates: 4 April - 16 April

Venue: Thienny Lee Gallery, 176 New South Head Road, Edgecliff , NSW 2027

Thienny Lee is a Malaysia born artist having association with contemporary art in Southeast Asia. Besides being an artist herself, she is also an Asian art historian, having a masters degree in Asian art and archaeology from University of London. She also has earned a PhD from University of Sydney in 2016. Her rock solid background of theory and practice in art is visible in the gallery’s Annual Exhibitions, which are full of innovative ideas. Thienny Lee art Gallery is an attempt to reconcile cultural variations in western and Asian art.

Neelam Nund’s The First Element: Ignite explores the relationship between metaphysical and physical worlds. The paintings are in the style of abstract-expressionistic, that converge on the element of fire. Fire embodies power, hate, anger and love, and creativity. The paintings reflects chaos and unyielding universe which is represented by fire as a symbol.

The exhibition is being held in Thienny Lee Gallery, 176 New South Head Road, Edgecliff, NSW 2027.

The Thienny Lee art Gallery is situated in Edgecliff, one of the suburbs of Sydney. The distance between the Kingsford Smith International airport to Edgecliff is 6 miles in northeast.

The exhibition will be on from 4the April to 16th April. The opening reception will take place in the evening on 4th April between 6 to 8pm. Melissa Thomas, CEO Aspen Film Corporation, Los Angeles, will open the exhibition.

Bus is very convenient mode of transport to get here. Bus 326,327, and 328 stop at station Edgecliff.

Car parking facility is available at the Edgecliff centre which is at the station. For fast drop off for collection 30 minutes parking is available in front of the gallery.

Here is how Neelam Nund describes her paintings:

“Ancient philosophy states that all matter is composed of five elements. Inspired by the miracles of child birth, my series is a spiritual journey that attempts to understand these life forces that shape us. In understanding the divine, our modern sophistication has lost the key understanding of spiritual energy. Perhaps with this knowledge, we may come closer to a universal truth.” – Neelum Nand

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