The City Life exhibition, taking place at Store Street Gallery from 26th June to 12th July, is a two-man exhibition, showcasing the works of David Hinchliffe and Julia Whitehead. Both artists have been inspired by cities, and have created pieces that have reflected the beauty that can be found in urban spaces.
David Hinchliffe completed his training under Brisbane artist, John Rigby, and painted as a teenager with contemporaries Tomas McAulay and Rex Backhaus-Smith, as well as studying under premier Australian landscape artist and Archibald prize-winner, William Robinson at the University of Southern Queensland. He has exhibited in galleries in Brisbane and the Gold Coast as well as at Harrods in London.
Julia Whitehead was born in Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire. Working primarily with oil on large scale canvas, Julia has had success has a commercial artist due to her ability to create new styles and approach a wide variety of subject matters. This has continued with her other canvas paintings, with subjects ranging from figurative to landscape as well as still life in a variety of styles and mediums. Julia’s work is sold worldwide as prints, and she has also done many commissions for restaurants, hotels and private clients.
The City Life exhibition will be taking place in Store Street Gallery from 26th June to 12th July. Please contact Store Street Gallery for more information.
Image: David Hinchliffe, painted especially for Store Street Gallery