Seaneen Tait, Earrach (Gaelic for "Spring"), circa 2007. Oil on canvas, 61x46 cm.
Image reproduced from the Harris Courtin Gallery Website.
Seaneen Tait's paintings recall landscape memories of times, seasons and weather phenomena. The titles of Tait's textured, open, minimal abstractions are in Gaelic, her cultural heritage. Tait is a young artist, working also as a freelance textile designer. Tait received an Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts, from Meadowbank College of the Arts, 2000, and an Advanced Diploma in Fashion Design from the East Sydney Design School, 2004. She is represented by, and has held three solo exhibitions at the Harris Courtin Gallery, Sydney, 2004-8. Her work is held in the collection of the Mathematics Department at the University of New South Wales, and many private collections in Australia, London, New York, Bangkok and Ireland.