About Gerald Curtin

Gerald Curtin is an abstract photographer based in Sydney, Australia. His work is arresting—using colour, form, composition and contrast to often create surprise and an impressionistic perspective. Abstract photography asks the viewer to think outside of the square. It leads, often, to the unexpected which must then be developed further. It begins with the everyday and ends with the remarkable.

Education

Masters of Marketing degree, Charles Sturt University.
Bachelor of Arts degree, English Literature, Macquarie University.
Graduate Diploma of Education, Macquarie University.

Exhibitions

6-30 December 2018 Festive Arts—End of the year group show, The Space Gallery, Rosebery NSW.

Influences

Monet, Frank Hurley, Lloyd Rees, Frank Gehry, John Olsen, Freeman Patterson.