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AemulaPrint

Aemula  (Size  73cm x 45cm) Tetra Pak intaglio etching. 2021 

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Noosa 4 (Size 30cm x 59cm ) Botanical ink on 300gsm Arches, Bunya, Gympie Messmate, Red Kamala, Eucalyptus. 2021  (1 of a Series of 4 works. SOLD) 

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Wildflower Women III

Linda's Place (Size 100cm x 67.5cm ) Botanical ink on 300gsm Arches, Bunya, Gympie Messmate, Red Kamala, Eucalyptus. 2021  (SOLD) 

Impermanence, (Images are detail only. Full size work is 110cm x 400cm ) Mangrove, eucalyptus bark ink, resin, iron and bleach on paper. 2020  Photos: Leeroy Todd.

The notion of impermanence forms the bedrock of Buddhist philosophy and teaching. It comprises the totality of conditioned existence, ranging in scale from the cosmic to the microscopic.  The wallum environment is also in a state of transience.  

By limiting my colour range to that of natural inks made from mangrove, bunya and eucalyptus bark, I am aware of the impermanence of my work and the instability of this medium.  Who knows how long it will last?

WILDFLOWER WOMEN III - Women Walking Country.  Gympie Regional Gallery 2020. 
This exhibition draws inspiration from the heritage of women who have walked Cooloola country from Traditional Owners as well as ‘wild/flower women’ Kathleen McArthur and Judith Wright, including their campaigning to establish Cooloola National Park. The exhibition profiles contemporary female artists from Gympie, Noosa and the Sunshine Coast who re-energise heritage and history with their own responses to our wildflowers, natural heritage and walking together on country.

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