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Aaron Kinnane



'Nostalgia In The Secret Garden'


Digital print on light cotton stretch drill Edition. 1/1



Thrills Wanderer Jacket, 12oz denim. Size Medium. (to fit chest 38inches/96cm, shoulder to shoulder 18.5inches/47cm approx.)

Designed in Byron Bay, Australia

# High resolution images available upon request - tim@abicus.com.au

Artist Bio

Aaron Kinnane's works are a meditation on the terrain between planes; the breaking down and rebuilding of a horizon line and the tension between the heaviness of oil and its ability to hover. The artist gives significance to form through a palette knife, eliminating, synthesizing and ultimately modelling his abstractions. A restricted palette of hand-mixed mauve, grey-green, bone, violet and black form the visual language of the works, becoming both surface and object: their sides, their corners, the weight of the paint are as much a part of the work as the image itself. Through the multitude of topographies tacitly evoked, the works incite an ambiguous mixture of reverie and nihility.

Aaron is a Wynne prize finalist (2015) as well as NSW parliament Pleinair prize finalist (2016) and tattersalls art prize finalist (2014,15,16)

Aaron it represented by Arthouse gallery (Sydney) and Reddot gallery (Singapore) and the Cat Street Gallery (Hong Kong).

'Back To The Future' will launch in-store at Abicus Newcastle on Thursday 24th November 5-8pm, with the exhibition and online silent auction running through to Sunday 11th December 9pm.

The Charity // Why we love Headspace

Headspace want to see young people thriving, contributing and engaging with their friends, family and community. Headspace is an early intervention health service for 12-25 year olds. Their aim is to reduce the impact of mental health on young people. The awesome team there provide FREE mental health services, drug and alcohol services and social and vocational services to our local youth. Early intervention is the key to addressing youth mental health and it is through community support like this you will be helping Headspace to achieve this.

100% of the profits raised by the 'Back To The Future' silent auction will specifically go toward suicide prevention programs and creative workshops through Headspace Newcastle, NSW Australia.

The Vision

Newcastle based fashion & music store, Abicus has teamed up with Byron Bay based fashion label Thrills because we want to raise awareness and critical funds for youth mental health service Headspace. Together we are curating 'Back To The Future', a unique art exhibition featuring 16 Australian artists' work on 16 denim jackets. 

8 artists from each magical coastal town have produced artworks specifically for the back panel of a classic Thrills denim jacket. We will be exhibiting these at Abicus and you have the opportunity to grab one of these unique jackets via this online silent auction starting 18th November. 100% of the proceeds will go to Headspace. Highest bid wins! 'Back To The Future' will launch in-store at Abicus Newcastle on Thursday 24th November 5-8pm, with the exhibition and online silent auction running through to Sunday 11th December 9pm.

Join #abicusvsthrillsbacktothefuture

Join the silent auction by placing a bid on this jacket. When the auction closes on December 11 at 9pm the person with the highest bid will receive this Jacket. The full proceeds of the bid will be donated to Headspace Newcastle.

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Abicus. 103 Darby St Cooks Hill, Newcastle, Australia