Kevin Oxley Exhibition

Posted by giclee on August 22, 2009 in Art Related Items, Latest Blog | Subscribe

�Quixote Charges Windmills�A stunning collection of new works by Kevin Oxley based on the stories of Don Quixote, but drawn on as a metaphor for how we sometimes have to fight futile or pointless battles, usually because we know no differently. Oxley has used his extensive talents to produce works from oil paintings to lithographs, charcoals to relief prints, but all have an engaging air to bring a wry smile. His portrayal of Don Quixote as a hapless, but serious �knight� conveys the man�s solid belief in his fight for �justice��as he sees it. While the long-suffering Sancho Panza alternates between loyalty to his master and exasperation at the ridiculous situations they find themselves in. Even Rocinante (the Don�s horse) has a significant presence.

This is a wonderful series of works and will be exhibited at Art on Cairncross, 3 Panorama Place, Cairncross Corner, Maleny from October 3rd to 25th open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm. For more information please call (07) 5429 6404 or see www.artoncairncross.com.au.

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