oil on canvas
100 x 120cm
This painting is about a memory of the canoe trip I took on Lake Cethana in 2007. The lake was created with the building of the Mersey-Forth Hydro-electric Scheme. It is a resting place, holding the remnants of a great forest that once lined the old valley floor. The majesty of the forms and the reflections of these vertical structures that once were trees captivated me.
Lives and works in Sydney. Exhibiting since early 1990s. Finalist in City of Villages Art Exhibition, Sydney 2007; highly commended Ricoh Images Communication Art Prize, Sydney; runner-up resident artist, Chichibu City, Japan.