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Suspended in Tranquility

Suspended in Tranquility

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Art at Lunuganga

The exhibition is both a homage to Geoffrey Bawa and a gesture of gratitude to the Trust for encouraging artistic endeavor by opening this garden to visits by artist Anoma Wijewardene and her students. The collection comprises of works of many mediums; oils, pencil and charcoal drawings, water colours, pastels, digital art, pulp paper works, mixed media and photography. Wijewardene is an alumni of Central St Martins College of Art in London, and was an ex visiting lecturer at a variety of British art colleges.

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“I was totally in awe of the mastery which so richly combined the natural lush vegetation with a very gentle human touch; that did not interfere, but appeared to just dance lightly into place. To capture this on a page seemed impossible. But I was determined to record as much of it as I could – even if only to later jog a memory of the feeling that Lunuganga evoked.” – Caroline Jaine

“Within the nurturing environment of this class I have learned through trial and error, discussion, understanding, criticism and choice; rather than through instruction or regulation. Our learning is fed by each others diverse style, medium and perspective, in a space that allows us to explore and grow into our own.” – Deshini Liyanaarachchi

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