We’re very excited about the upcoming art experiences Whitewall Art Projects has planned with artist Steve Salo. Steve Salo is an Australian contemporary artist, best known for his emotive portraiture and expressive landscape paintings. Salo is one of many artists exhibiting with Whitewall Art Projects Gallery, and has a solo show this March.
During the first two weeks of March, Steve will be Plein Air Painting in the Southern Highlands. The spontaneous alla prima paintings completed during his two week residency will all be exhibited for the opening weekend – a “Wet Paint” Show.
Saturday 13th March 4-6pm
Whitewall Art Projects is hosting a VIP opening on Saturday 13th March 2021 4-6pm with a weekend of live events with Victorian based artist Steve Salo. All welcome.
Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th March 2021 at 10am – weather permitting
During the weekend we’ll also have some opportunities for guests to watch Steve in action painting along the banks of the Wingecarribee River in Berrima, just a short stroll from the gallery. It’s a free event and a rare chance to watch an artist at work, with the opportunity to purchase a work straight off his easel.
Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th March 2021 at 2pm
Experience artist Steve Solo painting live portraits. This is a free event, held in Whitewall Art Projects gallery with works completed available to purchase on the day.
Thursday 11th March 2021
For those that want a little more, artist Steve Salo will be running an intimate En Plein Air painting workshop on Thursday 11th March. This event will be held from 10:30 to 2:30 and take place on the banks of the Wingecarribee River- weather permitting. This exclusive opportunity will be strictly limited to 5 people. Artists must bring their own field easel and paints, a light lunch will be included. $250 per person.
Please contact Whitewall Art Projects for further information or to secure your spot!
“Through the visual voice of painting, I communicate emotion. We are complex of mind and spirit, my intent as a contemporary portrait artist is to explore the human psyche through painting these complexities. I’m interested in portraying this aspect rather than focussing on the surface level alone. My landscape paintings also go beyond the visual perception, I am more concerned with portraying the feelings evoked by being in a place.” – Steve Salo