Leni Kae’s artwork “Reach of Sunrise Through the Fjord” is a finalist in the Heysen Prize for Landscape 2020.
An abstract landscape inspired by Port Davey Tasmania, “The Reach of Sunrise Through the Fiord” draws on the poetic parallel between the external visual landscape and the internal emotional experience. As sunrise and light pours through a fiord, there is a sense that it calls on viewers to witness a new day and breathe in new possibilities; to reflect on the travels and new experiences hidden beyond the fjord.
Reflecting a flow of emotional response to this scene, watercolour becomes an essential medium in the expressive experience and process. Layers of linework are then applied as reflective of the light and energy of the landscape connecting to the human emotional experience. Sunlight is expressed using thicker acrylic overtones including fluoro pink and yellow lines, reaching through the fjord and across the landscape; carrying a message to boldly accept the new day, adventure, and the challenge of new beginnings.
Exhibition launch – 6pm Saturday 12 December 2020
Exhibition dates – 12 December 2020 –14 February 2021
Leni Kae’s portrait artwork “Unfinished Love Letter From the Inside” is an online finalist in the Lethbridge 20000 Small Scale Art Prize.
The artwork is a self portrait of the artist, and pictures the artist baring her heart and soul to herself in a letter. How often are we truly honest with ourselves? The inner voice has awoken after self-exploration of the artist’s inner world. The lovebird represents the artist’s passions and desires.
The artwork size is 51cm (W) x 61cm (H) featuring an additional beautiful white floating frame, and ready to hang. Created using watercolour, acrylic, pencil on canvas. Signed with a certificate of authenticity.
“Unfinished Love Letter From the Inside” is currently being exhibited online with Lethbridge Gallery. Sales enquiries via (07) 3369 4790 or by email@example.com
Leni Kae’s artwork “To Bend and Flow With the River” is a finalist in the Drummoyne Open Art Prize 2020.
“To Bend and Flow With the River” is a 61×91.5cm mixed media piece on stretched canvas, ready to hang. It pictures a flowing abstract landscape with blue and indigo hues, and highlights of lime and pink. It is painted in watercolour, acrylic paint and oil pastel on canvas and symbolises the emotional landscape of flowing and adapting to changes in life.
This artwork is part of Leni Kae’s series titled “Flowscapes”. Leni uses line work to express the energetic connection between nature and the elements; whilst also examining the connection between nature and the human emotional landscape.
The artwork will be exhibited online as part of the Finalist Exhibition, details to come.
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?”
“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.
– Leni Kae, Artist & Illustrator www.lenikae.com.au
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.”
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.
Leni Kae’s artwork “Immersion in Blue” 50x50cm is a finalist in Aspire Gallery’s Petite Pieces Art Prize & Exhibition 2020.
Immersion in Blue is a blue abstract landscape, painted in acrylic paint on stretched canvas. It will be for sale for the duration of the exhibition, with enquiries to be directed to the gallery firstname.lastname@example.org
For the art prize and exhibition, all artworks will be 50x50cm and under; making it a great place to find unique, affordable art to begin or extend your art collection journey.
EXHIBITION DATES 21 February 2020 – 14 March 2020 (Four Weekends – Friday & Saturday)
Aspire Gallery 53 Kennedy Tce, Paddington QLD 10:30am – 4:30pm
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Leni Kae’s artwork “In Flight” has been selected for the Art Lovers Australia Prize, 2020.
“In Flight” is an original artwork painted in watercolour on 300gsm paper, artwork size 28cm x 40cm (43cm x 55cm including matte board mount). It is a painting of a bird in flight and expresses freedom, confidence and new adventure; symbolising embracing new journeys with a sense of bold determination and excitement.
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Painted in a minimalist style with a monotone indigo colour palette, for versatility in matching with various interior design settings. A wonderful art collection piece for bird lovers, and lovers of adventure.
Leni Kae’s new artwork ‘Ascension and Awareness in Blue’ makes a beautiful statement piece for the home. Both beautiful and full of meaning. The blue abstract landscape painting tells the emotional landscape of opening the mind to “a landscape of new possibility”. The blue colour denotes an openness of space; and the leaf patterns represent a growth of awareness.
‘Ascension and Awareness in Blue’ is sized 108cm (width) x 132cm (height). This artwork is painted with fine acrylic paints on rolled canvas, unstretched. It is suggested to be presented on stretched canvas, or framed with a thin floating oak frame. A beautiful artwork piece for a lounge room, bedroom, home entrance, commercial foyer.
This blue colour abstract landscape artwork is from the 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 . Sydney artist Leni Kae (dip colour therapy) applies colour science to this series.
Leni Kae’s artwork ‘Winter Walk Along Bushrangers Bay’ will be exhibited in Southern Buoy Studios’ inaugural 2019 Mornington Peninsula Landscape Exhibition.
The exhibition is in celebration of Mornington Peninsula scenery; with a prize awarded to the best landscape/ seascape painting.
Winter Walk Along Bushrangers Bay is painted in watercolour, acrylic paint and oil pastel on canvas (76cm x 61cm). In her work, Kae uses line work to express the energetic connection between nature and the elements; whilst also examining the connection between nature and the human emotional landscape. The artwork will be available for sale for the duration of the exhibition
OPENING NIGHT | Mornington Peninsula Landscape Exhibition
31 August Opening Night (ticketed event). Winner will be announced on opening night.
Ticket Information coming soon
Sydney artist Leni Kae is a finalist in the Du Reitz Art Awards 2019 (2D award) with her artwork “The Ways I Feel When You Call My Name”; a 9-piece watercolour series on 300gsm paper.
The piece is an abstract representation of the landscape and how it mirrors the emotional landscape of the self. Each piece reflects on a different kind of love and how 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 from random connections.
The fluidity and abstract river represent emotional outpour and a ‘break’ in the emotional self that seeks healing. The flowing patterns of leaf forms symbolise growth and renewal, with each leaf reaching out to the next; highlighting the human need for growth and connection.
The artwork will be available for sale for the duration of the exhibition. Enquiries welcome.
Art Awards Exhibition viewing | 24 July – 23 August 2019
The Gympie Regional Gallery is located at 39 Nash Street, Gympie and open from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.