Contemporary Impressionism

By Janni Fewster

About this Curation

Impressionism is considered the first modern movement in painting. First developing in Paris, it spread across Europe reaching as far as the United States. Impressionist artists aimed to capture the energy within the scene instead of realistic representation. This being the difference between what the brain understands and what the eye sees. Alongside this the Impressionists abandoned traditional linear perspective and used loose brush strokes to depict light and energy, like shifts of atmosphere and changes in weather. Here's a curation of some which stand out.

About the Curator

Janni is bluethumb’s in-house curator, she knows our artists and their art like the back of her hand. Being an artist herself she has an even greater appreciation of other artists’ creations. Career highlights include curating exhibition Icons Uncovered, also at SALA festival, Melbourne Fringe and Midsumma. Janni has an eye for artworks that compliment each other and has curated many private collections.

31cm (W) x 26cm (H)
Oil Paint
91.5cm (W) x 91.5cm (H)
Mixed Media
28cm (W) x 42cm (H)
Acrylic Paint
150cm (W) x 150cm (H)
Acrylic Paint
150cm (W) x 120cm (H)
Oil Paint
35cm (W) x 25cm (H)
Oil Paint
35.5cm (W) x 30.5cm (H)
Oil Paint
41cm (W) x 30.5cm (H)
Oil Paint
14cm (W) x 18cm (H)
Oil Paint
27cm (W) x 19cm (H)
Other Media
10cm (W) x 10cm (H)
Oil Paint
20cm (W) x 20cm (H)
Oil Paint