watercolour on paper
80 x 107cm
The Tasmanian Highlands is perfect place for introspection and renewal, and where is can be possible to experience the meeting of the physical and spiritual realms; a place where earth meets sky and eagles fly, at the periphery of 'the veil'. We sheltered behind an outcrop of rock to admire the landscape and the swirling mists, which eventually shifted to reveal Liffey Bluff and a patch of friendly blue sky to the east.
Born 1971. Lives in Westbury. Exhibited in Tasmania since 1993 including being shortlisted for the Island Art Prize during Ten Days on the Island at Stanley in 2001.