'An exercise in painting domestic objects - floor rug' by Thomas Stuart
5:30pm to 10:00pm
In celebration of this year’s History Alive: A journey through time, Council will project Thom Stuart’s An exercise in painting domestic objects - floor rug onto the William Jolly Bridge from 10– 14 June 2020, from 5:30–10pm each night.
Thom Stuart is a painter, printmaker and muralist. This work depicts an observed object in a domestic setting. Through a semi abstracted narrative the work functions as a recording of a physical object and place, here we can make connections towards the fabric of history.
History Alive: A journey through time is a combination of activities connecting with historical contexts of the Roman, Viking, Medieval, Napoleonic, Colonial, Victorian and Modern Eras that appeal to all ages.
History Alive: A journey through time is supported by Brisbane City Council’s Suburban Community Festival Funding Program.
Artwork information: 'An exercise in painting domestic objects - floor rug' by Thomas Stuart, 2017 mixed media/ Courtesy of the artist.
William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane City
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