Infinite Cycles: Maggie MacCathie

Maggie MacCathie, Harmony 2016, Pencil on paper

Infinite Cycles: Maggie MacCathie

9th- 27th May 2017
Launch: Saturday 13th May 2017 2-4pm

MacCathie’s concept for this body of work evolved from an interest in physics. These drawings explore personal reflections on societal uncertainty, the perceived turmoil of our planetary systems and their relationship with the Earth.

As a metaphor for the passage of systems through the life cycle stages, from birth to death, MacCathie explores an interest in cells that form our bodies. The circular forms within infinite cycles draw our attention to every living thing on the planet and beyond, to the solar system where it all begins again and again…

MacCathie holds a Masters degree in Visual Arts, majoring in Photography, LaTrobe University. MacCathie explores other mediums including drawing and painting. She  has exhibited extensively in Melbourne. Bendigo, and Boston,USA.  Her works are held in private collections nationally and internationally  including Melbourne, New York and Oslo.

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