Kingston Buoy by Petros Papoulis
I find the buoys at Kingston Foreshore a continual source of subject matter. Working in solitude they perform an important role, but are often overlooked by pedestrians and passersby. Their appearance constantly changes with the movement of water, the wind and the light.
Kingston Buoy is on show now in the current Exhibition at our Fyshwick Art Gallery, visit us today.
About the Artist
A Canberra-based artist and Queanbeyan teacher, Petros Papoulis creates mixed media works inspired by people, locations, and personal experiences.
His earlier works were assemblage pieces which combined found and made objects. Petros often incorporates the technique of Frottage, the technique of obtaining textural effects or images by taking a rubbing from a rough surface, such as wood or concrete, when creating his artworks. This forms the basis for the artwork. He currently uses a variety of media, with his primary processes being drawing and painting.
A finalist in the 2020 Goulburn Art Award, Petros has exhibited in selected group shows in N.S.W. and the A.C.T.
He has participated in virtual exhibitions and held solo exhibitions in Canberra and Queanbeyan.
His drawings, paintings and 3D artworks can be found in a number of private collections in Australia and in the public collection of the Goulburn Mulwaree Council.