Dreamcatchers, an exhibition of paintings by Teruni Wikramanayake and Asela Abeywardene
and sculpture by Gayan Gunasekara, will be held on 21 and 22 July at the Lionel Wendt.
The exhibition will be the first public showcase of the artists’ work, all three of whom are
students of renowned Prof. Sarath Chandrajeewa.
Both Asela and Teruni will be showcasing 25 of their paintings, alongside 10 sculptures from
Gayan. However each artist’s work, whilst drawing from common themes, will display highly
Teruni’s paintings are based in an abstract, freeform style of painting, with a strong focus on
the use of vibrant colour to convey emotion, whereas Asela’s pieces strive towards capturing
the human condition through a more structured, artistic approach.
Meanwhile, Gayan’s pieces are focused on creating three-dimensional portraits of famous
artists, interpreted in the context of their own art and emotional experiences.
The exhibition will be open to the public on 21 and 22 July and the artists encourage all those
who are intrigued by stylistic representations of human emotion to join them at the Lionel