Irish-born artist Colin Pennock creates emotionally driven landscapes that boldly yet quietly traverse the psychological and physical. Responding intuitively to his immediate surroundings while also engaging with the remembered landscape of his homeland and the emotional landscape of his psyche. Travelling through Pennock’s fearless layering of colour and visceral application of oil, the viewer catches glimpses of images that appear, disappear and reappear in a glimmering cycle of revelation and concealment.
Colin Pennock has exhibited nationally and internationally and his work is held in important collections including the University of Ulster, the British Consulate in New York and Washington, the Brian Sewell Collection in London and the Hawkesbury Regional Gallery Collection. Pennock was the winner of the Mosman Alan Gamble Memorial Art Prize (2005) and has been a finalist in the Len Fox Painting Award (2016), Mosman Art Prize (2014) and Fleurieu Peninsula Art Prize (2008, 2005, 2004)
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