Kiwi artist Jillian Whitmore makes translucent watercolours with layers and forms that depict transformative cityscapes. Source: Temporary environments
Promotion of Juncture exhibition by Jillian Whitmore was featured in the Wanganui Midweek. For full details please visit – http://wanganuimidweek.communitynews.co.nz
JUNCTURE A solo Exhibition by Jillian Whitmore at the Fine Arts Whanganui Gallery, 17 Taupo Quay, Whanganui. Opening Friday 26th August to 23rd September.
Experimenting with digital layers, creating complex compositions that enhances intrigue. An interesting tool for developing more intense works that seem to float in and out of reality, fleeting by nature.
JILLIAN WHITMORE BFA(Hons) A New Zealand Artist pushing the boundaries between art and architecture. Jillian Whitmore graduated in 2015 from Massey University in Wellington with a Ba… Source: About
Very excited to have one of my works “Where views collide” shortlisted for the exhibition at this years Parkin Drawing Prize. Exhibition runs from 2nd – 28th August 2016 at Academy of Fine Arts Gallery, 1 Queens Wharf, Wellington.
‘Where’ series will be exhibited at the NZ Art Show in Wellington, TSB Bank Arena, 4 Queens Wharf, June 3rd – 6th 2016. Where people move, watercolour on paper, 420 x 594mm, 2016 … Source: ‘Where’ Series
I was recently approached by VIDA (an artist/fashion collaboration company based in California) to become one of their Designers. So cool to see my art taking on another medium through fashion. Check it out – http://shopvida.com/collections/voices/jillian-whitmore
Embracing Change series currently on show at Matchbox Studios until 15th May 2016. Source: Embracing Change
New watercolour works will be exhibited in the group show “Limited Edition” at Matchbox Studios, 166 Cuba Street, Te Aro, Wellington. Opening night is Tuesday 19th April, show runs from 19th April to 15th May. Please come along and check out my new works I am very excited to show.
A new studio space – endless possibilities, enourmous potential, everyday painting.
Capturing the natural sunlight advances the distortion and disruption of the spaces in my paintings. The Shadows are an important part of my work, they represent a moment in time and place while adding to the aspect of tonal variety.