The theme of this exhibit is ‘Dark Blue Evenings’. The moon, the stars and the people below the skies play a major part in these artworks. These artworks featured in this gallery range from 1886 to the late 1900s, artists from all around the world. These 15 artworks symbolise the night sky through colour and meaning, the artworks are presented in paint and in structural form. All of these evening themed artworks are incorporated differently by colours (mainly blue), techniques, tones, shapes and perspectives. The artworks vary from different locations due to the various composers originating from all around the world, also different time frames thus the different types of skies.
Artworks in this exhibition may feature abstraction and/or structured art pieces. Throughout this gallery, there is a transition through the colours of the skies from the light evenings to deeper into the night. When compared to each other, the artworks seem similar and share the same concept. However, when analysed, the audience can identify the difference between the skies through colour, tone, etc. Differences can also be identified by the techniques depicted from different composers, each artist have a unique way of expressing their opinions in an artwork.
All of these artworks can be categorised either the structural, subjective, cultural or postmodern frame, some to a greater extent than others. People whom are interested in art and the wonders of the sky are for this exhibition. Art lovers would be enlightened by the different brush strokes, and colours. People who are interested in the sky’s wonders would be impressed and fascinated viewing the various interpretations of the sky. This gallery of artworks will pleasure the minds of lovers of the environment and the many artistic techniques.