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Debbie Caruana Dingli

The Husband Debbie Caruana Dingli Watercolour and charcoal. 2000. The Husband formed part of Debbie Caruana Dingli’s 2001 solo exhibition titled Games People Play. Despite its light-hearted outward appearance, the collection had consisted largely of humorous expositions of the falsity and pretences that she observed in the relationships between people. As the artist stated, “I...

6th July 202015th September 2020

James Vella Clark

Valletta View James Vella Clark Acrylic on canvas. 2003. The work Valletta View was first exhibited at the St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity in 2003 as part of James Vella Clark’s solo exhibition Passion in the Village. The artist drew his inspiration from Maltese Villages and townscapes. This piece shows the silhouettes of the...

6th July 202015th September 2020

He Ping

Persistence of Form He Ping Chinese ink on Chinese rice paper, set on canvas. 72cm x 72cm. 2016. He Ping is a Chinese artist, born in Shanghai. His works take their inspiration from traditional calligraphy and modern expressionism to produce flowing, lyrical paintings. Though calligraphy lays the foundation for this pattern creation, his artworks move...

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Graham Woodall

Untitled Graham Woodall Mixed media on canvas. 2007. Graham Woodall was a professional artist and teacher who worked in the UK and Malta. His Untitled artwork came into the Fondazzjoni Kreattività Art Collection in 2007 following his solo exhibition titled Besieged. Whilst Woodall’s subject matter ranged from landscapes, portraits, figurative compositions and 3D structures the...

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Bridget McCrum

Untitled Bridget McCrum Silk screen print. 2002. Bridget McCrum’s sculptures and drawings span the gap between figurative work and abstraction. In this Untitled piece there is a delicate balance between geometry and abstracted birds creating a fusion of content with form and with the medium. This work formed part of an exhibition of bronzes, pastels,...

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Kirsten Jeffcoat

Pilbara Rock Mosaic Kirsten Jeffcoat Silk painting. Kirsten Jeffcoat’s work ‘Pilbara Rock Mosaic’ was created after her previous collaboration with the Ngarluma Aboriginal people who are the original inhabitants of the coastal areas in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In 1994 she completed 76 works from her 12 month stay in the Pilbara region...

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Moira Zahra

Weekend with Grandma Moira Zahra Watercolour and ink 55.5cm x 73.5cm. Xebgħa Nies (loosely translated as a throng of people) was the title of the 2014 collective exhibition wherein Moira Zahra first exhibited her work ‘Weekend with Grandma’. The recurring theme of the exhibition was people. Weekend with Grandma playfully depicts four women by the...

6th July 202015th September 2020

Christopher Saliba

Aħmar Christopher Saliba Mixed media on Canvas. 2006. Aħmar formed part of a series of abstract works created by Christopher Saliba for the 2006 exhibition ‘Of Time and Timelessness’. These works were considered by the artist as a personal interpretation of the way memories and emotions are evoked by light, space, texture and colour. “I...

6th July 202015th September 2020

Mark Sagona

The Darkened Path Mark Sagona Mixed media on Canvas. 70 x 100 cm. 2004. ‘The Darkened Path’, formed part of the ‘Manifesting the Soul’ exhibition held at St James Centre for Creativity in 2004. This was Sagona’s third solo exhibition and brought together around forty abstract works created between 2003 and 2004. All figures and...

6th July 202015th September 2020

Olaug Vethal

Jazz 2 Olaug Vethal (1946–2007) Acrylic on linen. 101cm x 101cm. 2004. Jazz 2, was originally exhibited during a posthumous exhibition in 2008 titled ‘Grazzi Malta-Retrospective Works’ and curated by Olaug Vethal’s former student, Christine Xuereb. This work was executed at the Malta Jazz festival in 2004. Completed at a time between 1995 and 2006...

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