WHEN : 9th April – 4th May
WHERE : Heiser Gallery
Langlois’ paintings concentrate on the landscape yet one will find no people or a compositional anchor in which to fix the location in his works. Instead, the viewer will be subjected to vast distances and large panoramas that undoubtedly point to a sense of longing. Atmosphere and weather are two main focal points for Langlois which he evokes through a strong use of colour. The aesthetic beauty of the artists work is manifested through the blurring technique, which denotes the collective memory and the unconscious.
Image : Canungra Range # 1 (2013)