Lydia Bauman in remote lands

Artist Lydia Bauman in remote lands - travels throughout Australia

Two years after her return from Australia, acclaimed landscape artist Lydia Bauman has compiled a significant body of work documenting her trip.

Using a wonderful array of mixed media – including sand, resin, plaster and wax – Lydia’s work is richly textured, effectively emotive and has captured the essence of a vast continent.

Lydia has an enviable list of collectors - including Gordon Ramsay, Saatchi & Saatchi and The Dorchester - and is rapidly becoming one of London’s most sought after artists.

Her fantastic work will be on show in London twice over the next few months.

19th-25th May, La Galleria –
5b Pall Mall ,
Royal Opera Arcade,
London SW1
(www.lagalleria.org)

29th September -12th October,
Artspace Gallery -
Maddox Street,
London W1

www.lydiabauman.com
Info please contact:
Neil Ritson Neil@vanguard-energy.com
Lydia Bauman lbauman@lineone.net

EXTRACT FROM LYDIA BAUMAN’S AUSTRALIA DIARY
“The heat is intense and air still, with insect noises and occasional kookaburra laughing intermittently out of sight. We pass a deserted information booth, looking forlorn in this empty landscape, and clamber up, pacing ourselves in the stifling heat, up reddish stones, pushing through grasses criss-crossing our path, taller than us, up towards some towering, slanting rocks where the aboriginal treasure lies hidden for over 3,000 years.”

“I think about the original inhabitants of this unforgiving ancient terrain, their calloused feet on the hot, dry stones, I think how at one they would have been with the song of this land, before they were dispossessed by white man. Their absence is palpable and humbling…”

TOWERING, SLANTING ROCKS WHERE THE ABORIGINAL TREASURE LIES HIDDEN FOR OVER 3,000 YEARS

Lyida Bauman
Lydia Bauman
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Lydia Bauman landscape
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