I very pleased to announce I have been awarded a four-week residency at The Old School Mt Wilson to develop my WILDfire project.
During my residency I will be connecting with people from Mt Wilson, Mt Irvine, Mt Tomah, Bilpin, Berambing, Kurrajong Heights, Blackheath, Mt Victoria, Bell and surrounding communities to help me create a faithful collection of artworks which speak of the multi layers of how wildfire touches individuals, the community and the environment.
My purpose is to conserve valuable stories and contribute creatively to the Australian bushfire history.
For more information please contact me via the contacts page on this website or click here to visit Mt Wilson and Mt Irvine website
Selected images connected to WILDfire theme.
Somewhere to Land - Artwork drawn with burnt wood from Australian bushfires in December 2019 and January 2020.
Charcoal on paper
Artwork size - 27 x 35cm
Trashed (detail) is created from cans, plastic and glass bottles thrown out on the side of The Bells Line of Road in a 30-kilometer distance from Mt Tomah a to Browns Swamp at Lithgow. NSW
Trashed – approximately 1000 objects with dimensions.
Battered - ink, charcoal, tree sap, twine on paper.
21 x 32cm
Artwork made to reflect damage caused from Climate Change and a desire to restore and rescue the burnt environment.
Wrens of Browns Swamp - Acrylic, ink, charcoal, twine, tree sap on paper.
Four weeks after the December 2019 fires went through the Blue Mountains NSW Australia, I visited Browns Swamp, located outside of Lithgow. The swamp was encased by severely burnt landscape with tiny glimmers of bird life