I've got a show coming up at Robin Gibson Gallery in Darlinghurst, Sydney. I'm expecting to have about sixteen works ready to show. They are mostly constructions using found timbers and recycled offcuts from various sources. The subject matter is the natural world, but also its interaction with the built environment. Living on the NSW Northcoast we feel inextricably linked with the natural world - whether it is flood, fire, erosion from storm surges, drought, or just the prevalence of wild life, farm animals, waterfalls, bush, canefields, mountains and lakes. These works might feel whimsical - but really they are about taking whimsy seriously, trying to pay attention to the things that may not feel so important, but are probably the most important.
This work is called South Golden Beach 7pm. Approx 30cm x 40cm, painted reclaimed wood.
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