Sydney artist Leni Kae is a finalist in the Mandorla Art Award with her artwork “The Ways I Feel When You Call My Name”; a 9-piece watercolour series on 300gsm paper.

The religious art prize calls for a reflection on a verse from the Bible:

‘’He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does THE LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God?”

Artist Statement:

“To me, the essence of what is required of us, is LOVE. The choice to give love, and the journey of growth from experiencing love, is the purpose and essence of what connects us. Love is also reflected to us in nature; when we give it love, it returns both sustenance and spiritual healing.


The reflection of love through nature is what I explore in this artwork. I take 9 abstract representations of the landscape and reflect on how different kinds of love each plays a part in our growth and healing; romantic love, friendship, love for a child, self-love, passionate love, family, mature love, love reborn, spiritual love.


The abstract river represents a ‘break’ in the emotional self that seeks healing. The flowing patterns of leaf forms symbolise growth, renewal, connection. The 9 pieces reflect the number’s spiritual significance.”

Leni Kae, Artist & Illustrator www.lenikae.com.au

EXHIBITION:
STALA Contemporary Gallery
12 Cleaver St, WEST PERTH WA 6005
Saturday 16 May – Saturday 6 June 2020.

Opening hours are Wednesday to
Saturday, 10am to 4pm.

Posted on March 19, 2020

Leni Kae’s artwork “Love Through Purple Haze (Jacaranda Lane)” 75x75cm is a finalist in Aspire Gallery’s ‘A Florists Delight’ Art Prize & Exhibition 2020.

Love Through Purple Haze (Jacaranda Lane) is a pink and purple coloured abstract landscape, painted in acrylic paint on stretched gallery canvas. It will be for sale for the duration of the exhibition, with enquiries to be directed to the gallery info@aspiregallery.com.au

The contemporary abstract landscape painting is inspired by Jacaranda Lane, and expresses the emotional landscape of digging below the surface of emotions to a layer that exposes the purity of passion and unconditional love.

The painting is part of Leni Kae’s series “Healing Landscapes”; a series of paintings which incorporate the patterned flow of growing leaf forms and blossoming petals with the healing power of colour to draw a connection with the emotional landscape . Leni Kae (dip colour therapy) applies colour science to this series.

EXHIBITION DATES 20 March 2020 – 4 April 2020 (Three Weekends – Friday & Saturday)

Aspire Gallery 53 Kennedy Tce, Paddington QLD 10:30am – 4:30pm

Posted on March 17, 2020