Preparing the Table (Cape)

Table Cape, a flat-topped plateau, is an extinct volcano. Close on two centuries of farming has resulted in the land being (mathematically) divided, its fertility resulting in reliable annual bursts of colour and seasonal mark-making; a marriage between natural and man-made design. It’s late spring, and the annual tulip quilt has almost disappeared. Nearby fileds have been prepared; many have already been sown. This rich ‘slice’ of Tasmanian will soon see food appear on its table.

Richard Klekociuk


Coloured pencil on pastel board