West Australian artist Jacinda Bayne’s deftly gestural and impressionistic landscape paintings create an atmospheric and intimate mood of consciousness. Pictorial elements are fused into the image with smooth glazes of oil in gradient colours of blues, turquoises, golden reds and violets. The scale of the canvas immerses the viewer in natural beauty with an endless internal dialogue of colour and experience. Jacinda has been a finalist and winner of numerous art prizes including in the Black Swan Heritage award, WA and winner of Mandjar Art Award, WA. Her work is held in public and private collections in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and China.