RECENT EXHIBITION: 'COAST-LINE' at the LONE GOAT Gallery, Byron Bay
Sometimes the memory of something is more poignant and focused than its reality and it is this emotional response to landscape that interests me. My artwork is an enquiry into the constantly evolving meeting place between earth and water.
The headland drawings are often made on site; with the sun, wind and sea spray adding another dimension. The oil paintings are about mapping an observed, remembered and imagined coastline where the margin between earth and water is lost and refound. They also refer to a lifetime of experiencing the sublime beauty and tidal fluctuations of my home environment at Belongil Beach
HEADLAND 1 (SKENNARS) 66x101cm mixed media,Arches paper this drawing won the Waverley Drawing Prize 2011 (judge Tim Olsen)