Inge Doesburg, Chatham Islands / 10 October - 8 November 2009

Inge Doesburg's large and layered prints and oil paintings explore the open, rugged, wind-swept landscapes of mainland New Zealand and the Chatham Islands. Born in Dusseldorf, Germany, Doesburg graduated from the Otago School of Art in 1993.

Based in Dunedin, her style, variously described as following in the footsteps of McCahon and William Hodges, depicts brooding landscapes, relieved by flashes of light.

She will be attending the opening of her exhibition and giving a talk about her work.