patterns after agriculture - digital prints of hand made paper (thistle down, water weeds and serrated tussock paper) acrylics and oil paint on canvas - 122cms x 122cms - 2007
patterns after agriculture - digital prints of hand made paper (thistle down and serrated tussock grass) , acrylic and oils on canvas - 122cms x 122cms - 2007
"aerial subdivisions" digital prints of hand made thistle down paper, acrylic paint and oils on canvas - 122cms x 122cms - 2007
Curses! came from an exploration of the weeds that plague the rural community. With the encouragement of Jennifer Lamb of Goulburn Regional Gallery, ceramics artist, Sally Howes and I researched and developed Curses – a dual installation of work. I used my weeds to make paper, and then digitized the paper. I collaged the digitized paper into aerial landscapes showing the repetition of the subdivision, and land usage.