Gil Daley- KURILPA POETS, Feature Artist; 28th Sept

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The Virtual Gallery

Each month the Kurilpa Poets feature the work of various ‘unsuspected artists’

(and there are many, infesting our homes and streets and schools!

Corrupting our young people! Lying around on Welfare sniffing paint-thinner!)

and we splash these Artist’s Visions in Beams of Gaudy Light across

the white-washed walls of the Olde Croquet Club.

This month we’ll be showing more Surrealist, Symbolist and general Obscurist

oddities and classics from the collection of our eccentric Visual Arts Director,

Shane Kneipp.

And as well as the historical stuff, from the Land of the Living,

our feature poet for this month is;

Gil Daley- Abstract Artist

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Another Art-World Outsider, Gil has been quietly working

on her Abstracts on and off for years. Gil likes to let her Art speak for itself,

and is happy for people to put their own interpretations on her work,

but nonthless I asked her for a few words about her Art…

“Usually I work with Oils, Acrylic and Water-Colours on canvas.

The pieces are my interpretation of Nature.

I use brushes, sponges, palette knives

and my fingers to create my works.

I just enjoy expressing myself with colours”

Maybe it’s best if we let a few samples

from Sundays Virtual Gallery

speak for themselves for now. Enjoy..

Birds of Pardise-w red frame; Gil Daley
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golden years; Gil Daley thgorn gardencropcolourreduced

(All art displayed in this post is the  the work of Gil Daley)

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