oil on linen
112 x 190
Within a short distance from where I live there are many plotted and worked pieces of farmland. Each has its own almost individual personality that reflects the type of crop that is grown there and the people who work it. This particular work is from the Northern Midlands. From year to year the canola crops change location, their vivid golden yellow glow that radiates well into dusk, moves and alters composition each season.
Born Burnie 1969. Exhibiting since 1992 including UTAS Academy Gallery 2008 and Burnie Regional Art Gallery 2006. Finalist in Hutchins Art Prize 2011; Stanthorpe Art Prize 2010, 2008; Hobart Art Prize 2005 and Glover Prize 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008 & 2011. Represented in major public galleries in Tasmania.
Represented by Bett Gallery , Hobart.