“Colour has always fascinated me. It is the first thing I see; then comes shape and form. As an abstract artist, I use color to interpret the way I see the world.”
Jan Cristaudo lives on the Pittwater Peninsular among Sydney’s northern beaches. This idyllic location provides endless inspiration for her paintings that rely on the use of color as a means of expression. Jan has always been fascinated by color and has developed a distinctive abstract style using oils on canvas to interpret subjects that inspire her.
‘Nomadic’ Exhibition at the Incinerator Gallery Willoughby
‘Land’ Exhibition Manly Regional Gallery - Group Exhibition
Under the Same Moon Exhibition at The Incinerator Art Space
Dunes of Green Solo Exhibition at The Incinerator Art Space Willoughby
‘Connecting’ part of a collective of 3 artists exhibiting at Willoughby Exhibition Space.
Group exhibition “Many Layers”. The Foyer Exhibition Space Willoughby City Council
Travelling North Exhibition Fountain Court Exhibition Space Parliment House Sydney (Opened by Rob Stokes MP) Warringah Art Exhibition
Colour & Earth Exhibition Painters Gallery (opened by Peter Griffen)
"Many Layers”. The Foyer Exhibition Space Willoughby City Council
Small Salon Exhibition Painters Gallery, Mona Vale
1010 Exhibition Newport Artworks Gallery (opened by Karin Adcock)
Sicily and Stone Exhibition - Newport Artworks Gallery
The Quiet Way - Soda Gallery - Avalon
Unseen Images - Lake Russell Gallery - Coffs Harbour
Kelman Exhibition - Kelman - Hunter Valley
Jan facilitates workshops, artist demonstration and artist talks.
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist