Liverpool Street Gallery is delighted to present new work by one of Australia's most revered and underrated painters. Kevin Lincoln's unique and and timeless approach is distinguished by his sensitive consideration of his subjects, be they his personal collection of Japanese pottery, studio ephemera or even Banksia flowers.
The still life, the self-portrait and the realisation of specific spaces have been enduring concerns throughout Kevin Lincoln’s career. This connection has recently been recognised by the The Art Gallery of Ballarat, which recently surveyed work from over 25 years of practice 'Kevin Lincoln: The Eye's Mind'
“The lifetime discipline of drawing from the observed, whether it be in the studio, a museum or from nature, has honed (Kevin Lincoln’s) natural draughtsmanship as well as a repertoire of forms either depicting or abstracted from observation”
- Elizabeth Cross
“One of the most introverted and underrated artists in this country, Lincoln paints his own features with the same piercing objectivity he brings to bear on still-life subjects”
- John McDonald