and study in India and Asia have acted as a catalyst in the
artist's practice and treatment of the ongoing theme and experience
of change. A holistic approach is taken to the creation and
presentation of works which allow the audience to experience
rather than simply see with the eye.
reflects the artist's creative process between gesture, voice,
colour, sound, intensity and light. From the earlier sculptural
paintings on jute of the 1985 Myth, Woman, Song series,
the effect of pattern and directional marks create a rhythmic
cycle which not only echo the fabric but also act as a sign
of what was to evolve.
scroll works on paper and crystal organza feature gestural layering
of brush marks influenced by Japanese ink painting with a combination
of personal iconography and universal symbology.
calligraphic styles and use of reflective and refractive media
reveal energy paths from the artist's hand to depict movement
into, through, and beyond states of being. These journeys pay
homage to the fact that discovery of inner and outer selves
and the universal experience is never ending, all change. This
selection of works marks [one of] Ranna-Lesley Lachlan's
final Townsville exhibitions before moving to the Unites Sates
to continue her work.
into Light features at the Perc Tucker Gallery until February
Gallagher, Townsville Bulletin, Friday 23 January, 1998,
Townsville, Australia, p.22.)
This exhibition was just before Ranna® departed Townsville
- singular among Townsville artists to take the plunge into
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