Turn to subtlety


Artist Anya Brock has taken a more subdued style for her latest collection.
Artist Anya Brock has taken a more subdued style for her latest collection.

It is hard to miss the colourful zebras on the side of Ootong and Lincoln, or the eye-catching flowers visible on Tydeman Road in North Fremantle, but newly returned from Sydney, Brock will be going back to a more subtle look in a new exhibition of prints at the PS Art Space.

Brock said Detached Perspective had a more subdued, sophisticated colour palette.

“This body of work explores objectivity as a response to the emptiness of existence; it’s about exploring the depths without drowning,” she said.

“I’ve explored expressive mark making as a means to communicate the depth of feeling and experience.

“I love (being back in Fremantle). It feels like breathing out.

“My lifestyle here is totally conducive with creating still, quiet work but the pace of Fremantle also allows me to work quite hard.”

Detached Perspective is at the PS Art Space from March 12 to 26.