Artist Profile

Simon Fieldhouse Aerial Perspectives

The art of Simon Fieldhouse celebrates structure and form through representations of buildings, monuments and cityscapes rooted in both historical and cultural significance. His appreciation for detail and design has recently extended to the exploration of new angles and viewpoints and, ultimately, the negotiation of the spectator’s gaze, lightly touching his drawings and paintings with parallels to art history and philosophy.

At the start of his career, Fieldhouse created architectural models by hand for a commercial firm who built large office buildings in Sydney. These miniature constructions allowed him to physically engage with

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