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'After The Storm, When The Flowers Bloom' is my first solo exhibition, a collection of original works on paper, inspired by my frequent travels, from the red centre to Tasmania’s Tarkine.
The works attempt to capture a feeling of presence, of sitting and simply being in the landscape. The artist’s delicate use of watercolour on velvety paper speaks to the unique feeling of the land after a storm, conveying lush gullies, wet dirt, and the softness of the landscape.
‘The limitlessness of this country is a primary influence. The works help me explore preservation by way of slow observation and listening, rather than taking.’