Lana Daubermann is a landscape and still life painter, and one of the resident artists at Pentridge Studios, Melbourne. She primarily works in oils and enjoys the immersive qualities of paint and it’s endless possibilities in mark-making. Her practice is always evolving as she trys to push her artistic vocabulary to find new ways of describing ephemeral moments of light and atmosphere in pieces that are at times realistic and abstract all at once. Fleeting feelings, the passing of time and a sense of nostalgia are common threads that weave through her work.
‘Light and space effects my mood so greatly - a small shift in the sun, the temperature of a breeze or a subtle change in scent can have such an impact on how I feel in any moment. It’s these impermanent human experiences I try to capture.’
1997 - 2000, Bachelor of Arts (Design), Curtin University, WA
Additional tuition at the Victorian Artists Society by Ray Hewitt, Paul McDonald-Smith and Stephen Doyle.
An Open Studio member at The Art Room.
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