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19 July 2003 —
10 August 2003

Janie Frith:
Turn of the Tide

‘The rhythm and flow of the tide and ever changing light have provided inspiration for these paintings.

Being close to nature soothes our senses. Placing the attention on more natural things help to open our hearts.

The spirit that resides in the heart is the real reservoir of creativity.

I have found peace and stillness can be obtained through Sahaja Yoga Meditation. This has greatly influenced my painting.’

- Janie Frith

Janie Frith’s exhibition Turn of the Tide has resulted from many excursions sourcing coastal shores. She is always in search of those magic images that capture changing light. Meditative moments so the view can calm and soothe their senses.

Twenty years of practicing Sahaja Yoga Meditation has brought about the realization that it is important to produce images of beauty.

Emphasis is on textural contrasts and the ever changing light in our local natural environment using layered and glazed subtle colours.

Small boat craft secured to jetties and resting on shorelines are a feature of her painting over the past few years.


→ Janie Frith: Turn of the Tide, 2003, exhibition card

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