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EUAN MACLEOD – Cloud – 13 Aug-7 Sept, 2018

“In an era of climate change and global warming, Euan Macleod’s meditations upon the planetary water-cycle have gained a particular poignancy. Whereas, in earlier series, his ubiquitous, striding protagonist was placed on the ocean-floor, wading through water or climbing snow-clad alps, the figure has now moved to a higher territory of the hydrosphere.
As he surveys the Canterbury coastline from his cloud-shelf, Macleod’s ‘Rain man’ might be a passive onlooker, a casualty, a custodian or, quite possibly, he might be presiding over what is happening around and beneath him.
The works return us to the question which has preoccupied Macleod for decades: To what extent is humanity a part of,  or separate from, the natural world? In these most real of dream-like scenarios, we are reminded of W. B. Yeats’ line: ‘In dreams begin responsibilities.’ Where do we go from here? In these ruminative paintings, are we witnessing a requiem or a rebirth?”
– Gregory O’Brien

about Euan Macleod.

Radio NZ – Euan Macleod interviewed by Kim Hill, 1 September 2018

Seated Rainman (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, acrylic on linen, 2018, 1000 x 1240mm  Rainman over Ashburton (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, acrylic on linen, 2018, 1000 x 1240mm  Rainman Hands on Hips (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, acrylic on polyester, 2018, 1000 x 1240mm




Encounter Lyttelton Harbour (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, acrylic on linen, 2018, 1240 x 1000mm     

 

Bluff Beach study 1 (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, oil on polyester, 2017, 530 x 660mm   Bluff Beach study 2 (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, oil on polyester, 2017, 530 x 660mm   Tunnell Beach study (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, oil on polyester, 2017, 530 x 660mm
Crossing Hole (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, oil on polyester, 2017, 660 x 530mm   Belle Ile Above Beach Study (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, oil on polyester, 2018, 510 x 380mm

Fog Towards Gebbies Pass (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, acrylic on paper, 2018, 510 x 710mm (framed) Fog Summit Road (SOLD) by Euan Macleod, acrylic on paper, 2018, 510 x 710mm (framed)

New etchings by Euan Macleod are also available:

 

 

 

 

 

See full range of Euan’s work here