Christopher Jansch

I hold an Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts. My oil paintings explore random, juxtaposed observations in both the natural and domestic environments incorporating symbol and text, and the importance of colour relationship within abstract form and space to provide a cryptic narrative interpretation of the subject. For aesthetic reasons relating to contemporary painting, my approach to process is more spontaneous and less articulate, resulting in tolerance towards mistake and accident. This provides opportunities to experiment with more personal, meaningful ideas and thought-provoking concepts. This current body of work records the traumatic experiences of being directly affected by the devastating Currowan bushfires at Conjola Park on New Year's Eve. Apart from loosing my home and everything in it, I also lost my studio and many irreplaceable artworks.

Christopher Jansch

I hold an Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts. My oil paintings explore random, juxtaposed observations in both the natural and domestic environments incorporating symbol and text, and the importance of colour relationship within abstract form and space to provide a cryptic narrative interpretation of the subject. For aesthetic reasons relating to contemporary painting, my approach to process is more spontaneous and less articulate, resulting in tolerance towards mistake and accident. This provides opportunities to experiment with more personal, meaningful ideas and thought-provoking concepts. This current body of work records the traumatic experiences of being directly affected by the devastating Currowan bushfires at Conjola Park on New Year’s Eve. Apart from loosing my home and everything in it, I also lost my studio and many irreplaceable artworks.

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