Parallel Lee

This is a detail from one of the artworks in Lee Arnolds new exhibition Parallels, which is now on show at the Nimbin Regional Gallery.

The exhibition features a series of large geometric wall pieces, often featuring planets and other heavenly bodies, that he creates by using oils, acrylics and metallic paints on board.

Lee uses soaring spirals, Mayan city plans and pyramids as the basis for his designs, creating wall hangings that are visually stunning and transport us to other worlds, said Nimbin Artist Gallery director, Margaret McLaren. He has an ability to draw in a two-dimensional field but make it appear as if they are jumping from the wall like a three-dimensional artwork. Its a most unusual technique... if Doctor Who had artwork hanging in his Tardis, youd imagine it would look something like this.

Lee Arnolds Parallels exhibition runs until October 21.

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