Paula Lindley

Paula Lindley

Bayley Arts and Paula Lindley warmly invite you to the Opening event of Transition/Transformation, Saturday 24 August, 2pm. RSVP

Showing 22 August to 8 September. Download Invitation

Transition/Transformation aims to express and interpret permanence and impermanence in the landscape, extracting the essence of time and place. In a series of paintings and accompanying ceramics. Paula Lindley records changes of the Australian landscape apparent during repeat visits to estuaries, escarpments and riverbanks.

The works began with observations recorded in situ, with photographs and often sketches made directly from a boat. The artist intention is to capture the transient variations of light and shade on the surface and the significant changes of the water as it rises and falls or inundates the shore.



Paula Lindley attended Prahran College of Advanced Education studying under celebrated art teacher and artist Pam Hallandal (1929 – 2018). For most of Lindley’s career she was an Educator, in Education School Programs at the National Gallery of Victoria and continued to work as a Lecturer in Visual Arts Education and Museum Studies at RMIT and the Australian Catholic University, Melbourne. In 2018 Lindley joined Le Studio Artspace, Mordialloc to concentrate on her own arts practice with a focus on painting the Australian landscape and commit to her artistic career. In 2023 Lindley presented her first solo exhibition, Marking Time at Kingston Arts G3 Artspace, Parkdale.

Transition/Transformation is the artist’s third solo exhibition.

Artist Talk:

Meet artist Paula Lindley on Saturday 31st August 2pm to 3pm as she discusses the process of creating her artworks for Transition/Transformation. Get free tickets

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