Red Hill Gallery – Landscape in Isolation

by | Apr 22, 2021 | Blog post

The Red Hill Gallery is delighted to offer a final look at their exhibition Landscape in Isolation.

Together Adrienne Williams, Terry Swann and Pam Walpole have presented a body of work for this exhibition. Each in their own style and interpretation of the landscape they have experienced.  Some pieces are recollections of specific areas – others painted plein air – ‘insitu’.  All have derived from the love of the natural world to be shared and admired and are combinations of Watercolour and Acrylic.

COVID lockdown afforded these ladies the uninterrupted time to pause, reflect and paint the scars of the landscape in response to bushfires, and unseasonal flooding.  Terry’s love for the land has continually drawn her back to the Australian wilderness, therefore it’s no surprise her collection is a nod to the memory of colour,  texture and movement.  Pam’s collection is a trip back in time – of past travels, dwindling waterholes, lagoons and coastal dunes.  Adrienne’s works follow her ‘insitu’ sketching trip to Tasmania where her exploration of sense and peace takes you up there above the tree line with her!

The exhibition closes on April 26, 2021. The work will still be available online. For more information on the gallery please visit