City move in­spires

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Health - By JU­LIAN WRIGHT

ABOUT 12 months of artist Garry Hyde’s work has been un­veiled in May­lands.

The Wem­b­ley res­i­dent’s ex­hi­bi­tion Ur­ban Im­pact, fea­tur­ing 17 pieces of ab­stract art in­spired by his move from Esper­ance to Perth about a decade ago, can now be viewed at Fer­gu­son Foundry Gallery-Stu­dio281.

“I moved more than 10 years ago, but my work has been in­flu­enced by what has been go­ing on around me,” he said.

“I painted many years ago, but stopped for a long pe­riod.

“Life moves on and you do dif­fer­ent things, but I took it up again about 10 years ago.

“Now I paint almost full-time, almost ev­ery day; it was like get­ting back on a bike.”

Ur­ban Im­pact is Garry Hyde’s fifth solo ex­hi­bi­tion.

Pic­ture: Bruce Hunt­mu­ni­ d463787

Garry Hyde’s lat­est work is on show in his Ur­ban Im­pact ex­hi­bi­tion.

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