Friday, January 7, 2011

Art Gallery of Ballarat

Black and White – After the Dreaming



“Ngamaji Ngamaji – Mother Mother 1”

100mm (w) x 150 mm(h), mixed media on paper, 2010




“Fish Nets”

Found object sculpture, 2010.




After The Burn ( with Grazing Female Red Cangaroo )

Diptych, mixed media on paper




“Macropus Rufus Mob-

Grazing Female Red Cangaroo”

Found object sculpture, lifesize, 2010.






“Macropus Rufus Mob-

Lounging Juvenile Red Kangaroo”

Found object sculpture, lifesize, 2010.




Detail Macropus Rufus Mob-

Lounging Juvenile Red Kangaroo”

Found object sculpture, 2010.





The Classic Mismatch (Bead Weed)

Diptych, mixed media on paper

2500mm (w) x 2000mm (h)





“Jila country 1”, hand printed reduction linoprint, 2010,

Jila is the Walmajarri word meaning living waterhole. Walmajarri is the language of the people of the Great Sandy Desert region of Northern Western Australia. In the desert a Jila is a year round source of water, permanent waterhole, well, or underground spring and absolutely crucial for survival. The increase of mining activity in the area and privately owned stations made a critical impact upon the indigenous people’s access to a healthy, clean, salt free source of water.




King Fisher ( Divers )

Found object sculpture, lifesize, 2010.