LEE BETHEL: Dapple
I explore the dialogue between space, light and shadows. “Dapple” allows the shadow to be the primary focus as the viewer walks underneath the suspended piece; they are covered by the cast shadow. They walk into the dapple.
Lee Bethel has been represented in many group and solo exhibitions. She has hung in the Sullman Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art on Paper Hazelhurst, Hidden Rookwood cemetary, Wollongong Regional Gallery and Art on the Rocks, Sydney NSW. She has been awarded residencies in Bundanon, NSW, Hill End, NSW, and received and UNESCO Laureate to work in France.