working construction for a new framework/painting, 2016.
"Midnight Swim" (The Burning...) Detail
"Midnight Swim" (The burning of Virginia's Cake" 2012. watercolour on 300gms Arches paper. 170 x 128 cm
Maquette being constructed, 2006.
"Midnight Swim" (originally called "The burning of Virginia's cake)
Working directly with the final model
"These Boys" watercolour, wrapped pine and collage, 1998. 94x10x205cm.
*detail 1(We put on a bold look)350
Tissue wrapped Balsawood, watercolour on litho paper and tissue.
Detail of a contextural framework, 2002
"Great Southland" detail 2002
50 contextual frameworks
exhibited in We are Australian, National touring exhibition, 1999.
Tending the memory
"Bull", small maquette for painting, 1995.
"Bull" as watercolour, Lyall Burton Gallery,1995.
An early example of both an early painting(room) combined with models. An acylic that was exhibited at the Mornington Regional Gallery in 1992.
A Balsa-wood model, inspired by "family tree", 1993. Preservation techniques I saw in the Sydney Botanic Gardens. Wrapping is also commonly used in the Pacific - decoratively, symbolically and protectively.