Louise Beck, a Julian Ashton Art School graduate, is represented in many art collections both locally and international.
Her work has been featured in a number of joint and solo exhibitions around Sydney
including the Watch House Gallery Balmain, the Delmar Gallery Ashfield, The ArtHouse Hotel Sydney and the Gallery HM at Redfern.
She has won many awards for both her landscapes and her portraiture while exhibiting at the Hunters Hill Exhibition as well as the Drummoyne and the Lane Cove Art Sociey Shows.
Louise was feature artist in the 2004 Manly Art Festival, having an extremely successful solo show in the Manly Pacific Hotel Gallery. Many of her works were purchased for local and overseas collections.
For the past ten years Louise has been working on a particular body of work which she refers to as her“SKYSCAPES”. These works, which debuted at Studio W Woolloomooloo in November 2005, represent quite a departure from her earlier work – focusing on Sydney glass skyscrapers, their reflections, their distortions and their refraction of light, colour and image. The result is a challenging, vibrant and somewhat surreal view of Sydney and its surrounds.
Martha Matthews, the curator of the St Vincents Hospital ArtSpace, where Louise had a recent solo exhibition described Louise's Skyscapes as “their surreal quality question both the physical quality of the reflective
surface and the resulting broken image of the original object, like the