3D art work
Earlier work • 2007 - 2015
October 4, 2019
Who knew how quirky paperbark stencils would be?
This work was shown in Chaos and Order at the Incinerator in Chatswood.
October 3, 2019
A big challenge, joining in a Selfie show, but the process was thought-provoking, and I was pleased to be part of a marvellous ex...
July 14, 2019
It will be exciting to share our take on chaos and order in these times. Do come and experience ways of decoding chaos and deconst...
March 3, 2019
This work celebrates the old metal tanks, corrugated like the sheds - and the roads. Tanks collect more than water. An open tank w...
January 11, 2018
This long view of the land is built on earth stains and bees wax. It suggests divisions created by use/misuse, passages of fertili...
October 15, 2017
This 51x51cm etching has been made on rice paper, coloured on the verso with watercolour in rice glue. Using a chine colle process...
Is this a wave or a corrugation I asked myself as I retrieved the image from under the wheel of a water truck. "Do you like it?" I...
March 8, 2017
The text from the latest IPCC report on implications for Australia’s climate is woven with images of the environment it is describ...
February 22, 2017
In a furiously changing present, how do we understand our past?
September 4, 2016
This March I went on the annual field trip to Fowlers Gap, near Broken Hill. It remains a powerful experience. I stained and wrapp...
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In the studio....Etching and finding colour
Watching the weather
Print Council of Australia
Warringah Printmakers Studio
NAS Art Forum
SQ1 - Square 1 Studio
Climarte - Arts for a Safe Climate
The Age of Transition