Peta Minnici

Peta Minnici

Last updated November 11, 2019


The subject of my work depicts me almost as a voyeur peering from outside through glass windows of Bundanon Homestead during my recent residency.
Capturing both inside and surrounding landscape in one frame, as a play on reflections, allows the internal foyer and staircase to fuse seamlessly with the mountains and trees.
My technique of mark making, formed intuitively over time, evokes the fragility of remembering by creating a blurring of focus and slowing of viewing time.
The drawn line also relates to concepts of memory consisting of a mass of marks designated into what we have seen, heard and felt.
Peta has a Bachelor and Masters of Fine Art from the National Art School and attended the Julian Ashton Art School. She is a Sydney based artist whose work encompasses drawing, watercolour and oil painting.

Looking in; Seeing out – Bundanon
Kedumba Drawing Award 2019.

Peta Minnici
Looking in; Seeing out – Bundanon

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