John McDonald - The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia The works are lyrical abstractions, but with small patches collaged onto or cut out of the surfaces, like windows to another world. Each piece has its own introspective dimension, but it is the cumulative effect of the painting that gives this show its character.
Lenny Ann Low - The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Sri Lankan artist Anoma Wijewardene takes the viewer to the moon, the seabed, the Earth’s core and the sky. In many of her works – ‘No one gave it away more sublimely, Gave it back more fully to the universe’ and ‘in the surging wave of the next moment’ –
Wijewardene appears to be sending a physical missive, a flying dispatch, to the world.