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.

Untitled 1, Solomon, after Arthur Boyd
interior by Greg Natale
2022
Synthetic polymer on linen
213.5 x 158cm

Photographer: unknown


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


Melbourne Burning, after Arthur Boyd
2020
Synthetic polymer on linen
204.7 x 122.5

Photography: Studio Gallery Group


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

Photography: Mike Baker


PFA63714, Tasmanian Gorge, after John Glover, 2021
Synthetic Polymer on linen
300 x 160cm

Photography: Timothy Kaye for Side Project


PFA63714b, Tasmanian Gorge, after John Glover, 2021
Synthetic Polymer on linen
365 x 203cm

Photography: Francoise Baudet for Studio Life Styling


Untitled 14 (after Arthur Boyd, the Australian Scapegoat), 2020
Synthetic Polymer on linen
121.7 x 182.5


Untitled 13, 2023
Synthetic Polymer on linen
86.7 x 122.3cm


Untitled 5, 2023
Synthetic Polymer on canvas
61 x 71


Untitled 24a, Untitled 24b, and Untitled 24, Lovers on fire in a boat with kite, after Arthur Boyd, 2020
Synthetic Polymer on canvas
61 x 71cm each


Transmission A, 2021
Synthetic Polymer on linen
203 x 365cm,

Photography: Timothy Kaye for McKimm


Untitled 10 a (AI), 2022
Synthetic polymer on plywood framed in green powdercoated aluminium
80 x 65 cm