Natural Resilience

inner feelings, outward reflections

Chloe Wigg's fluid impressionist landscapes highlight the resilience of the Australian environment and the people who inhabit it. This collection is a reflection of 2020, through the good and bad. It encompasses the resilience of our nation and resilience of its individuals.

On a personal level, Chloe started 2020 by undergoing her third neurosurgery. Complications like flying interstate and towing family along were made even harder by the rumblings of a global pandemic. Her long road to recovery was stretched by isolations and lock downs. Then into the unknown, things became worse: progressive and increasing muscle weakness and fatigue leaving her in a wheelchair, regular hospital infusions and requiring daily assistance. Chloe Wigg is the embodiment of the resilience she sees in the world. This collection is a depiction of her tenacity and spirit, all the while paying homage to those people and landscapes she admires.

Natural Resilience will be on exhibition at the Logan Art Gallery

from the 22 Jan 2021 to the 27th Feb 2021.

This project is supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund, a partnership between the Queensland Government and Logan City Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.