Artful exploration in Tranquil Threads exhibition

Published 8:00am 20 February 2024

Artful exploration in Tranquil Threads exhibition
Words by Jodie Powell

Embark on a journey of tranquillity with Magdalena Marciniak's latest exhibition at Caboolture Regional Art Gallery.

Inspired by the Bunyaville Forest, Magdalena’s art intertwines lines, lights, and shadows, capturing the nuanced influence of nature.

The diverse collection, spanning various mediums, promises an immersive odyssey for art enthusiasts.

Mirroring nature

At the core of the exhibition are exquisite 2D and 3D glass works, complemented by watercolours and timber sculptures.

Magdalena says each piece encapsulates her personal quest for inner peace, with watercolours delicately mirroring nature's fluidity and glass embodying transparency and permanence.

Guided by principles of ecopsychology and with a love of nature, Marciniak delves into our connection to Earth, advocating for sustainability.

The exhibition is at the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery until March 7, Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

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