Samantha Stephenson

Caught in a second

6 June “ 1 July 2020

Caught in a second seeks to draw attention to the inconsequential moments that make us pause to notice

Feelings and sensations of joy, appreciation, reflection and anticipation that remind us of hope. Incidental throughout the day, these moments are often not long lived, they simply give us a little nudge in what can feel like a heavy world

The works were created shortly after the much-anticipated rains fell following the recent bushfires. A sense of relief was almost palpable after what was a devastating and onerous time in 2019-2020. The colours of the landscape began transforming, from what were once dry, dull tones became fresh and bright again. Still seeking movement, gesture and a curvilinear harmony, these works embrace bold and experimental surfaces

Samantha Stephenson

Dove 2020 painted steel 31×47×23cm
$1,200 or 4 payments of $300

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Samantha Stephenson

Beneath My Skin 2020 enamel, ink and acrylic on steel 46×72×34cm
$2,600 or 4 payments of $650

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Samantha Stephenson

Ash 2020 painted steel 182×86×72cm
$4,000 or 4 payments of $1,000

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Samantha Stephenson

Umbrella 2020 painted steel (wall piece) 39.5×43×19cm
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Simple Touch 2020 painted steel and pen 50×32×24cm
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Samantha Stephenson in her Southern Highlands studio 2020

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