Cameron Hayes

Cameron Hayes

Feb 23 – Mar 31, 2001

Cameron Hayes

From the air we all felt sorry for the sick and starving, 1997

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The Feldman Gallery will exhibit paintings by Cameron Hayes, a young Australian artist whose work presents bizarre, allegorical fictions. His sumptuously chaotic compositions display a multitude of hyper-realistic details that cover a vast field. The ribald subject matter -- perversions, grotesqueries, and cartoonish characters -- evokes the diverse phantasmagoric worlds of Bosch, Bruegel, and Daumier. Referencing Pop culture, he addresses historical and current issues with a visual satire that is laced with black humor and infused with a “Down Under” brashness.

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Cameron Hayes

Before Glass Was Invented the Science Building Was Very Open, 1996

Cameron Hayes

Before Glass Was Invented the Science Building Was Very Open, 1996

Cameron Hayes

Blind and Deaf School the Day Talkie Films Were Invented, 2000

Cameron Hayes

Bonnie and Clyde during a petrol strike, 1999

Cameron Hayes

From the air we all felt sorry for the sick and starving, 1997

Cameron Hayes

In 1977 Cameron Hooker picked up hitch hiker, 19 year old Colleen Stan, 1998

Cameron Hayes

In the end nobody thought green chairs were grass (the Jehovah's witnesses got sick of waiting), 1997

Cameron Hayes

To prove he...,1999

Cameron Hayes

Today hardly..., 1996

Cameron Hayes

When the Rain Came the Terrorists Didn't Know Which Way Was Up, 1999

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