Eliza Gosse paints with a clear love for mid-century architecture. The way she captures and conveys scenes on canvas is nothing short of amazing. She uses a minimalist approach that creates deep and detailed art.
An excerpt from her website (elizagosse.com) describes her style quite well:
Her warm depictions of these buildings honour their subjects and follow admirably in the footsteps of the many artists who have been drawn to Australian suburbia. For a young artist to choose to make paintings of houses designed more than half a century ago renews focus on these buildings and what they represent – not simply structures or even homes, but our changing relationship to the built environment
Simply put, her works are breathtaking. According to her site she is currently practicing in Sydney and represented by the Edwina Corlette Gallery in Brisbane and Liverpool Street Gallery in Sydney.
Please visit these links to check out her work: