Highly resolved and beautifully composed, George Aristovoulou’s carefully segmented picture planes are filled with heavily rendered swatches of colour. The abstract fields of patterning seamlessly blend together, lending a dream-like quality to the meticulously constructed imagery.

In his current exhibition Fervent Repose, Aristovoulou creates fantastical, vibrant drawings that generate impact with their dense, smudged workings. His practice manifests a flourish of visual energies melded with a somewhat tranquil quality; a complex combination.

The works in this exhibition seem to capture the balance of the serene wildness seen and felt in nature. They demonstrate the palpable energy of the natural world – that feeling that leaves us indebted and in awe.

George Aristovoulou (b 1981, Melbourne) is an emerging artist who has worked in the Arts Project studio since 2011 and has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions including Melbourne Art Fair, Arts Centre Melbourne, Latrobe University, and Bundoora Homestead Art Centre in Melbourne. His work is held in private collections throughout Australia.

Walk through the exhibition via entering a virtual room, scrolling the slideshow below or downloading the George Aristovoulou Fervent Repose Catalogue (this link redirects to a PDF).

OPEN YOUR CAMERA & SCAN THE close to home QR CODEFervent Repose

Mapping Our Own Future is a weekly series of solo and group virtual exhibitions curated from the Arts Project Australia stockroom. An extension of the gallery to a virtual space, the series offers a place to connect with APA artists from home. Visit other virtual exhibitions here.

Fervent Repose was produced by Arts Project Australia gallery administrator Jo Salt.