Intricate Formations Robyn Doherty

Intricate Formations examines Robyn Doherty’s art practice, which involves the creation of intricate works using paint pens and markers on paper. Doherty’s gentle observations of serene landscapes, seascapes, animals and linear pattern formations are complemented by a deliberate, considered application of the medium and elegantly balanced composition. Her interpretation of ubiquitous objects, houses and moments in time, presents a unique and creative perspective on the world around us.

Doherty, born 1983 in Sandringham, has been a regular artist at Arts Project Australia since 2011. She has been included in group exhibitions including Linden Postcard exhibition, Linden Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne and has work in private collections throughout Australia.

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


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

Produced by Arts Project Australia curator and gallery manager Sim Luttin.