Bronwen Bassett, 2008
My paintings never painted on a blank surface. They start out as rubbings of natural forms such as plants and rocks in which I seek out 'hidden' structures. They are the result of speculation about pre-existing form and are the product of precise observation as much as of imagination. They are a blend of scientific thinking and wishful thinking. …I attempt to fix that brief moment which occurs after observation and before translation; the fleeting moment between sense and thought which is pure speculation.
About Bronwen Bassett
Studied National Arts School and Alexander Mackie. Exhibiting since 1994 in both group and solos exhibitions including Blake Prize, Mosman Art Prize, group exhibitions at the Ivan Dougherty Gallery and the Tin Sheds Gallery and solo shows at Brenda May Gallery and West Space Melbourne.