Hidden People, the melancholy landscapes by Henrietta Harris

Henrietta Harris is a New Zealand artist with a degree in Fine Arts from Auckland University of Technology who, after her art residence in Skagaströnd, Iceland, painted Hidden People.

The project consists of a landscapes series with a poetic and melancholic mood, where pastel colors and “lunar” atmospheres prevail. It seems that the entire work was inspired by the surrounding landscape, in fact Skagaströnd is a small village of 500 inhabitants, located four hours drive from the capital Reykjavík: the title of the series refers to the fact that in her paintings there is no trace of human presence.

Amidst stormy skies, snowy mountains and dramatic peach-coloured sunsets, they reveal a sort of solemnity emanating from nature. The project will be exhibited during the exhibition of the same name “Hidden People”, at the Melanie Roger Gallery in Auckland until March 23, 2019.

Hidden People, i paesaggi malinconici di Henrietta Harris | Collater.al
Hidden People, i paesaggi malinconici di Henrietta Harris | Collater.al
Hidden People, i paesaggi malinconici di Henrietta Harris | Collater.al
Hidden People, i paesaggi malinconici di Henrietta Harris | Collater.al
Hidden People, i paesaggi malinconici di Henrietta Harris | Collater.al
Hidden People, i paesaggi malinconici di Henrietta Harris | Collater.al
Hidden People, i paesaggi malinconici di Henrietta Harris | Collater.al
Hidden People, i paesaggi malinconici di Henrietta Harris | Collater.al
Hidden People, i paesaggi malinconici di Henrietta Harris | Collater.al
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