New work

‘Where Salt Lines Form’

I have been working on this piece for some time. It has been slow to resolve but is close enough now to get a proof print.

Where Salt Lines Form

40 cm x 80 cm. Printed on Canson Platine paper. Hooded plovers caught on camera at Adventure Bay, Bruny Island, Tasmania

The written words are difficult to decipher at the resolution of this print. They read –

Where salt lines form and wind and water graze the sand,
fragile lives evolve in eggs peppered black and brown.
Pipping shatters shells of foreclosed worlds, helpless shapes gain strength—
stray from sandy nests—senses sharpened for survival.
Yet in shadows linger whispering ghosts—
cautioning of perils for those inhabiting lonely lands leading to the edge.



‘Dear kunanyi’

The following prints will be part of the ‘Dear kunanyi’ exhibition presented by www:// at the Long Gallery Salamanca from 9-12 August. Both have been professionally framed.

Silence shared in the spirit of kunanyi copy

‘Silence shared in the spirit of kunanyi’ is the first of an edition of 3. The print area is 57 x 57cm and the framed print approximately 65 x 65cm.

Nurture tenderly the seeds of kunanyi ‘Nurture tenderly the seeds of kunanyi’ is the first of an edition of 5. Its print area is 30 x 30 cm and framed area approximately 42 x42cm.[/capti