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MICHAEL WESTON'S fifth solo exhibition at Annandale Galleries features an installation of his famous heads with some large landscapes. The show is subtly different to anything from the past asthere is a mystery to these works that puts them more on the edge than is usual. A myriad of expressions and emotions stream from the faces and may change rapidly for the viewer according to mood. Some of the portraits and landscapes are almost expressionist in their nature and execution, sometimes dark and monochromatic and yet somehow serene when viewed intently. Weston?s work evokes for me the adage by Matisse that a successful artwork should be ?like a good armchair? where the struggle by the artist to produce it is not evident in the final result.
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