16 March - 29 March
Opening night: 6pm Friday 16 March 2018
Lakes-river-ocean. Bradley Kickett’s abstract paintings depict topographical aerial views, illustrated in a fluid style that he has developed over the last three years. Kickett’s art pieces are influenced by experiencing Noongar country, from the oceans to the rivers and seeing the wildflowers and the land from the air and showing the flow and the shapes of the earth. These images are all interwoven with the history and the stories that are shared and passed down to him from his family and elders.
In Binjar-Bilya-Warden, Kickett focuses on the Western Australian salt water system. By tracing the movement of bodies of water, the works explore the transition between fresh water lakes and salt lakes; how these bodies run into rivers and then out to the ocean.
Bradley Kickett is a local Noongar artist. He was born in Northam and grew up in Perth. He is descended from the Kickett clan in York, Western Australia. He began painting in 2007 and since then has exhibited and sold work at True Blue Gallery, Maalinup Aboriginal Art Gallery, Kings Park Aboriginal Art Gallery, Yonga Boodjah Aboriginal Art Gallery and the Walyalup Cultural Centre in Fremantle.