Goulburn Regional Art Gallery



4 July - 21 June 2012

Ham Darroch is a regional artist dividing his time between Canberra and Young and whose work ranges across various mediums including drawing, painting, sculpture and performance.
Through his travels and work as an assistant to British artist Bridget Riley over the past eight years, Ham has developed an intimate understanding of colour.

Ham paints geometric compositions that he imbues with perceptible movement of the picture plane through a masterful understanding of colour disruption. He also uses this vibrating colour technique on his sculptures of everyday domestic objects transforming them from their humble status into poetic and sensitive experiences.
His in-situ wall painting can be seen evolving on the gallery walls throughout the exhibition.

Opening  Friday 6 July at 6pm
Demonstration & Floor Talk by Hamilton Darroch Thursday 19th July at 12.30pm

Hamilton Darroch, Kerf, 2012, Gouache on paper 65 x 48cm Image: Rob Little Digital Imagery



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