enamel on linen
112 x 120
This work shows part of the track that leads down to St Columba Falls in north-eastern Tasmania. The track traverses down through giant tree ferns, streams trickling through deep cool gullies. There is dappled light and bright shards of glare. The serenity that resides within that cool green solitude, with both loud and cascading waters and quiet pools, recalls an earlier primeval time.
Born Hamilton Victoria. Has exhibited primarily in Victoria since 1981. Finalist in Paul Guest Drawing Prize, Bengigo Art Gallery 2014; Glover Prize 2012; Portia Geach Portrait Prize; Robert Jacks Drawing Prize; & Geelong Print Award. Work held in Artbank, State Library of Victoria and TMAG collections.
Represented by Laurence Ginter Art Services, Melbourne.