SUE BEYER \\ VISUAL ARTIST
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A series of paintings and digital works, that investigate ideas relating to sensory thresholds through the transformation of well known Australian landscape paintings. Postdigital strategies are used as a metaphor for the permanent alteration and ultimate transformation of the landscape and our society as we know it.
Duotone Series
2022
Acrylic on linen
122 x 168cm ea

Photography: The artist
Transformer
Solo exhibition held at
Forty Five Downstairs
Feb 2 - 13 2021

Photography: Christo Crocker
Transmission A
2021
Synthetic polymer on linen
204.7 x 122.5

Photography: Studio Gallery Group
PFA63714, Tasmanian Gorge, after John Glover
2021
Synthetic polymer on linen
300 x 160cm

Photography: The artist
Error 1
2021
Synthetic polymer on canvas
172 x 126cm

Photography: The artist
Melbourne Burning, after Arthur Boyd
2020
Synthetic polymer on linen
204.7 x 122.5

Photography: Studio Gallery Group
Untitled 21, Mars, After Arthur Boyd
2020
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
122.3 x 168cm

Photography: The artist
Untitled 17, after Arthur Boyd, The Australian Scapegoat
2020
Synthetic polymer on linen
141 x 110cm

Photography: Studio Gallery Group
Untitled 24a
Untitled 24b
Untitled 24, Lovers on fire in a boat with kite, after Arthur Boyd

2020
Synthetic polymer paint on linen
58 x 73cm framed

Photography: The artist
Untitled 19, after Arthur Boyd, the Australian Scapegoat
2020
Synthetic Polymer on linen
58 x 73cm

Photography: Mike Baker
Untitled 2, View of Hobart from across the Derwent, after James Haughton (1826-1925)
2021
Synthetic polymer on linen
102.3 x 72cm

Photography: The artist
Error 3
2021
Synthetic polymer on linen
122 x 168cm

Photography: Studio Gallery Group
copyright 2022 Sue Beyer