'Four Women' - The Verge - 6th February 2015 to 6th June 2015


Allyce McDonald 

Allyce draws inspiration from shapes found in everyday life. She believes there is no such thing as a mistake once you put pen to paper, just new opportunities. Allyce’s drawings have a strong focus on composition, colour and line. They usually begin with no, or very little, planning and evolve organically. Fine pen work and small details coupled with unusual colour combinations create eye-catching drawings. With a background in styling and fashion, Allyce is passionate about all things creative. She places a high value on beautiful aesthetics, exceptional style and outstanding design.

Libby Moore 

Libby Moore’s inspiration is derived from the compellingly bright colours and sensual forms found in the fruit, flowers and trees with which she surrounds herself. Formerly a graphic designer, she has held solo exhibitions in the RoyalBotanic Gardensand EdenGardens, and in the last few months has exhibited works in the Belle Arti Prize, Linden Postcard Show and the Hornsby Art Prize. Libby is currently working on pieces for an exhibition commencing in early 2016 at the Palm House, in the Royal Botanic Gardens. You can find more Libby Moore Art on Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram.

Catherine Moore 

Catherine Moore is an artist and activist living adjacent to theBudawangRangeinSE NSW. She has a Diploma of Visual Arts (Printmaking) from Canberra School of Art and a Master of Visual Arts (Painting) fromMonashUniversity. The landscapes of her home territory and further afield provide the basis of much of her work, and her paintings often contain an environmental message.

Lani Westerman 

Lani is a creative person based in Sydney. Her artwork is brightly coloured and playful. Her patterned and abstract pieces are inspired by topography and nature. She is currently working on two custom pieces for a private client. Lani graduated from the University of Sydney with her Masters in Architecture. She is now working with Connor and Solomon Architects. You can see more of Lani's artwork at www.laniwesterman.com.

The artists look forward to welcoming you at their opening night on the 6th of February.