Mal Leckie original painting, First Light Surfers, 2001. Acrylic, graphite and varnish on plywood. Mal Leckie is an Australian artist, born in Perth Western Australia and now based from his studio near Coolangatta in Southern Queensland. This particular piece is considered an experimental artwork, so extremely rare. “From time to time I do works that are atypical, either in medium or subject matter.”
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Size: 900mm x 600mm x 25mm
More about Mal Leckie:
His work is about big spaces, isolated places, stillness, quiet, solitude, timelessness, balance and places to relax in. It is also about the beauty of raw paint, thick, thin and in-between. His paintings record the experience of place by re-presenting the visual, not imitating it. He trained at the Western Australian Institute of Technology with his principal tutor in painting being Guy Grey-Smith. He has held 38 solo exhibitions and over 40 selected group exhibitions across Australia, in Hong Kong and Noumea. He has received 34 awards for his artworks, notably, the Gold Coast Art Prize on three occasions.