Thursday, April 28, 2016

Free from Preceptions

Freedom From Perceptions

Works by Deb Chilton
 
Presented By
 
Off The Wall Gallery
 
St Peters Triangle
 
Sydney Australia
 
May 20th to 26th 2016
 
 
 
Deb Chilton
 
Artists, Author, Poet and Advocate 
 
For Artists Living With Disabilities
 
Deb is active in her local arts community
 
in Ipswich, Southeast Queensland
 
and is currently working towards
 
social inclusion for artists
 
living with disadvantage.
 
 
This May she invites you
 
to come fly with her!
 
 
 
 
"Come Fly With Me"
Watercolour on paper (2016)
This work is currently on Sale
(A4 in size)
 
As a Christian the butterfly is a symbol of new life.
On a personal level it is a symbol of freedom.
Through this exhibition I seek to
challenge ingrained attitudes . . .
to those different to ourselves. 
 
 
We fear what we do not know!
 
 
 
 
"Hidden Beauty"
Watercolour on paper (2016)
This work is currently on Sale
(A4 in size)
 
Currently the rise of Isis leads many
to be fearful of all Muslims.
 
Just as all Muslims are not terrorists,
I reflect on the horrors of the
Christian Crudaces.
 
Not all church goes are 
believes in Christ.
 
Embracing difference and opening dialogue
Can lead to greater understanding and freedom.
 
 
 
"Butterfly Escape"
Acrylic on board (1 meter x 1 meter)
This work is currently on sale.
 
Let's fly and dance for freedom
 
 
"Freedom From the Ashes"
Mixed Media on paper (2014)
This work is currently on sale.
 
 
 
My artwork can be purchased online
 
 
 
Debs Doodle Treasures
 
 
"Perceptions or Misconceptions"
 
 
 
 
"Iris"
Watercolour 2016 (A4 in size)
This work is currently on sale.
 
 
Dated . . . Old Fashion . . . A Prude . . . Conservative.
 
All words that Iris images may cause you to think.
 
But how true are they?
 
 
 
"Madam"
Watercolour 2016 (A4 in size)
This work is currently on sale
 
 
Fairytales . . .
 
Sugar and spice and all things nice.
 
 
 
 
"Enchanted"
Watercolour on paper 2016 (A4 in size)
This work is currently on sale.
 
 
We may wish we lived in a Fairytale
But we don't live happily ever after.
 
 
We live in a society driven by social norms,
fear, misconceptions, judgements, false perceptions,
Bullying is no longer confined to the school yard.
It is rampant in all sections of society.
 
Racism dominates over multi-culturalism  
 
 
 
Guesure of Japan
Mixed Media on Paper 2016 (A4 in size)
This work is currently on sale.
 
 
 Keep up to date
with my roamings
 
 
"Mysterious"
Line and Wash 2016 (A4 in size)
This work is currently for sale
 
 
Not all of us are open enough to share our
fears and insecurities with others.
Some of us hide our self-load,
caused by the false perceptions
others enforce on us, accepting these
as truths. Not all of us a strong enough to survive.
 
 
 
"Angie"
Line and Wash 2016 (A4 in size)
This work is currently on sale.
 
 
My artwork can be purchased online
 
 
 
Debs Doodle Treasures
 
When judgements based
on misconceptions turn to despair.
 
 
"Through My Eyes"
Watercolour 2016 (A4 in size)
This work is currently for sale
 
 
 
Not all of us are strong . . .
 
Sticks and stones will break my bones
 
But names will never hurt me.
 
 
Not so true in a digital age.
 
 
"Tears of Despair"
Line and Wash on paper (A3 in size)
This work is currently for sale.
 
 
We all have blue days.
 
 
 
 
"Shades of Blue"
Watercolour 2016  (A4 in size)
This work is currently on sale
 
 
Exhibition Dedication
 
to those not strong enough to
fight the injustices of this world.
 
Or the faceless persons that
hid behind screen devices
to unsettle the vulumable
in our society.
 

 
Sometimes the only way to fly
is to let go . . .
 
 
Credits
 
All rights reserve (c)
 
 
Deb Chilton (c) Copyrights 2016
 
Images and ideas
may not be reproduced without written consent.
Contact: Debbie Chilton
PO Box 483 Ipswich 4305
Queensland Australia
 
 


 
Deb Chilton
Artists, Author and Poets.
PO Box 483, Ipswich
Queensland Australia
 
email me for all enquires.
 
 
 
 
Is a not-for-profit organisation
That provides exposure
for artists living with
disability and mental illness.
 
If you like to support their work
us the contacts links
on their website.

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