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Notably Unnoted by Christopher R Inwood

Notably Unnoted

Christopher R. Inwood

A portrait of
Cate Meehan
Medium
Oil on board & Acrylic on wood

Dimensions

80 x 130 cm
Representation
The artist represents themselves
Category

No Specific Category

About the artwork

Cate Meehan is motivated by the way people experience a space, interact with their surroundings, and engage with each other, and is fascinated by the impact that well-designed spaces can have on one’s mental wellbeing. She has a meticulous aesthetic that embodies calming and harmonious compositions. Inwood’s artwork contrasts the relaxed and informal posture of Meehan with a refined and relatively formal composition that is characteristic of her work. 

About the sitter

Cate Meehan is one of Brisbane’s best young architects, currently working at KO&Co Architecture. She is also the artist’s partner. Meehan is project architect for KO&Co Architecture’s design of a 9-storey affordable housing building in Woolloongabba, which is the first of the Queensland Government’s “Partnering for Growth” initiative to be delivered by Brisbane Housing Company. This project exemplifies Meehan’s passion for design, and her belief that everyone should be able to experience good architecture. 

About the artist

Christopher R. Inwood is a self-taught artist based in Brisbane who extracts and records concepts and imagery from his personal experiences, the scientific frontier, the metaphysical, art history, and the digital world. 

Inwood has exhibited across Australia at galleries, art spaces, and festivals including UQ Art Museum, Queensland State Library, Brisbane Powerhouse, Brisbane Square Library, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery and Brisbane Street Art Festival. He has also been a finalist in the Brisbane Portrait Prize, the Percival Portrait Painting Prize, the Toowoomba Biennial Emerging Artists Award, Lethbridge 20000, Melt Portrait Prize x2, BAM Art Prize, Morris Art Prize and feature artist at the Brisbane Grammar Art Show. Inwood has also had four solo exhibitions, and his fifth will go on display in October 2020. 

“It's made with laser beams and paint! oh and patience.”

Behind the scenes