Young Curators present Euan Macleod Plein Air

Euan Macleod  Plein Air

Presented by 3:33 Projects and Young Curators from Abbotsleigh and Hornsby Girls High

Euan Macleod Plein air is presented by 3:33 Art Projects Young Curators, Abbotsleigh and Hornsby Girls High School.

The works of Euan Macleod were selected for this exhibition by the Young Curators after visiting his studio.

Young Curators focused on Euan Macleod’s practice of plein air, selecting more than 60 paintings and drawings. These works were taken from three areas – his travels to Hong Kong and China, visits home to New Zealand and Australian beach holidays. Along with these works is a series that reflect on the development of Macleod’s ideas from sketch, to print and to canvas.

3:33 Art Projects has created the innovative Young Curators art program to partner with secondary schools. It supports education in the arts and provides unique experiences for the students, the school and the broader community whilst supporting Australian artists.

Euan Macleod is represented by King St Gallery on William Sydney. He was born in Christchurch, New Zealand and moved to Sydney in 1981. He has held more than fifty solo shows in New Zealand and Australia and has taken part in numerous group exhibitions in Australasia and

(Image above: Dog at Hyams, 2020, crayon on paper, 28 x 36 cm)


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