oil & wax on linen
138 x 153 cm
This painting is symbolic of our ongoing dominance over the landscape and over a removed race of people. The imminent destruction of this grotesque, yet in some ways beautiful intrusion on the landscape will make way for renewal. The fences, bridges, buildings and other elements that make up this new world we have created will, over time, have the same demise as this landmark in reaffirming this anglicized, controlled landscape we now inhabit.
Born Launceston, Tasmania in 1974. Exhibiting since 2009 primariy in Tasmania. Finalist in St George Art Award, Paddington Art Prize and Hornsby Art Prize (judges' commendation) 2016.
Represented by Handmark Gallery, Evandale & Hobart.