One night only. The Blue Hour is the time of transition from night to day. Emma Stuart vividly captures the fleeting and liminal light in the river red gum trees using oil on linen.
The Blue Hour is the twilight and the dawn. It reflects a change in energy and consciousness.With landscapes of oil on linen, Emma Stuart captures the liminal shift between light and shade, between what is revealed and what is hidden, between the point of focus and distorted peripheries.
In the works, the tree is used a symbol of strength and faith, an anchor of sorts that survives in a variable and erratic river system. It holds both dynamisms through its root system and its branches.
Music on the night by Eminé and Special Guests