During her Hill End Residency, Annika Romeyn intends to interpret the unique geology of Golden Gully through the mediums of drawing and watercolour painting. A vision to emphasize and extend marks of movement, tension and excavation observed in the landscape will direct her daily explorations in the field and the studio. Romeyn will endeavor to evoke the shifting surface of the landscape/rock-face while developing new approaches to layering and luminosity in her watercolour painting practice.
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IMAGES: (L to R) Annika Romeyn Anisclo Canyon 2012, watercolour on paper, 150cm x 100cm. Photo: Dean Butters. Annika Romeyn Luminous Earth (Intersection) 2014, watercolour on paper, 150cm x 100cm. Annika Romeyn Luminous Earth 2013, watercolour on paper, 150cm x 100cm, Photo: Dean Butters. MENU IMAGE: Annika Romeyn Canyon Wall 2 2013, lithograph, 38cm x 51cm, edition of 15.