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THE Queen VictoriaArt Gallery will host the complex and intriguing works of noted Australian contemporaryartist Kevin Lincoln until September.
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LIGHT AND SHADE: Art Gallery of Ballarat director Gordon Morrison sits in front of two charcoal-drawn self portraits of Tasmanian-born artist Kevin Lincoln.

The touring exhibition, five years in the making,is a collaboration between the gallery and theArt Gallery of Ballarat which recently held a much larger displayof his works.

Lincoln was bornHobart in 1941–one of 14 children–and became interested in art at an early age.

A selection of Kevin Lincoln’s artwork inspired by mundane kitchen objects.

He landed a commercial art job in Melbourne in 1959; the city in which he developed his 50-year career.

The exhibition is made up of pieces from 1990 to present.

Art Gallery of Ballarat director Gordon Morrison, who co-curated the exhibition, said the show wasa collection of self portraits, still life,landscape and abstract works, all of which evoked a mood of reflection.

“The whole exhibition is pervaded by this inward-looking sensibility,” Mr Morrison said.

“There’s a bit of melancholy, a bit of shyness and a softness.

Remote Tasmanian landscapes captured in watercolour and oil paintings are well-represented in the exhibition.

One long-established part of Lincoln’s practice has been drawing landscapes on-site and embellishing them with watercolour washes in the studio.

“We’re accustomed to talk about Australia as the sunburnt country,” Mr Morrison said.

“Kevin has gone in a completely different direction, presenting calm, serene, winter, nocturnalimages.

“There is no other landscape in Australia that are quite like some of these visions.”

Mr Morrison said his still life imagery generally resonated with people.

He said Lincoln presentedprofoundly simple imagery in a way thatreflectedhis personality; both playful and melancholic.

Mr Morrison said a collection of still life works inspired by kitchen objects brought interest to the ordinary.

“What these images are about istaking something that is very simple and everyday and showing the inner magic that is in all sorts of objects,” he said.

“That can be down to the metallic glisten on fish or the reflection of light on vegetables.”

QVMAG director Richard Mulvaney said the exhibition was a true celebration of a diverselytalented contemporary artist.

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