Ebony Truscott is a Melbourne-based artist employing observational realism in painting and works on paper. Her work is marked by an interest in human sensation and perception, particularly the relationship between sight and touch.
Handheld Ellipse, Recent Paintings brings together still life paintings from the last two years that are at once formal and personal. Truscott’s compositions are attentive and unflinching in their description of disparate objects, their surface qualities and the space they occupy. Found and constructed solids; cones, cylinders, domes and bricks sit with reflective or transparent forms to induce palpable and uncanny associations.
The making and presentation of Handheld Ellipse, Recent Paintings was made possible by an Arts Project grant from the Australian Council for the Arts.
We invite you to come and hear the artist, Ebony Truscott talk about her work and practice at Sutton Projects on Saturday May 13th at 1.30pm. This talk will be AUSLAN interpreted.
Born 1977, Warrnambool, Victoria, lives and works in Melbourne. Truscott has held solo exhibitions at TCB, Platform and Mr Kitly. Her work has also been included in notable group shows at Caves, the Centre for Contemporary Photography, the Australian Print Workshop and George Paton Gallery at The University of Melbourne. Truscott’s work has been selected for exhibitions at major regional institutions such as the Bendigo Art Gallery and the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. Truscott has a Bachelor of Fine Art with first class honours from the Victorian College of the Arts. Her work is included in collections across Australia and China including: the Anhui University, China, Government of Hefei Municipality, China, The University of Melbourne, the Epworth Hospital Foundation, Deakin University, the Athenaeum Club and the Besen Collection.