"Lava at the Urban Edge", 2017, acrylic and oil on canvas, 93cm H x 93cm W.
Inspired by the volcanic flows around ancient cities like Pompeii and Catania.
Available $1,100. contact red gallery www.redgallery.com.au
currently on show at red gallery 157 St Georges Road North Fitzroy VIC
detail views below
“I remember the archaeologist on the hill”, 2018. Oil on canvas, 93 cm H x 93 cm W.
Acrylic and oil on canvas, 2014.
92cmW x 92cmH
"Morphology", 2016. oil on canvas, 92 cm H x 92 cm W
A gestural reimagining of the Melbourne region's topography and the forces that shape it. Referencing geological and topographic maps.
A unique monoprint, in acrylic paint on unstretched canvas. This work, made with an innovative transfer process, is designed to be hung from the top, from small eyelets.
“Homage to theory”, 2017. Painted paper maché made from art theory notes, acrylic paint, glue. 26 cm x 26 cm x 5 cm
Oil paint, acrylic paint, gesso on used paint tubes on board. 2018. 40cm H x 40 cm W x 2.5 cm deep.
A painted wall object, 2017/ Acrylic paint and paint remnants on paperclay, spakfilla and armature wire 43cmH x 39cm W x 8cm deep.
This work, with its shrine-like form, and fragments of pant from the artist’s acrylic paint containers, pays homage to the colour ultramarine, and the qualities of ancient painted interiors of chapels in Italy.
"Unforeseen Territories", 2016. Acrylic and oil on unstretched canvas. 5.3 m L x 1.8m H A mural-sized painting intended to be hung unstretched.
detailed views below.
Rise, 2016. Oil and acrylic on canvas. Oil on acrylic on canvas, suspended hanging. 127cm W x 254 cm H.
Top image: installation view.
Centre and lower images: Detail views.
“Ebb: search for Sydney galleries”, 2017. Fragmented art guide map collaged in pigment and acrylic paint and medium on rag paper 75cmH x 57 cm w. Price $330
"Dune terrain", 2016. Collaged reduction linocut over watercolour, on board. 37cm H x 37cm W
Earth Water Fire Air, 2012. Acrylic on canvas. 141cm W x 181cm H.
Marks and Stains, 2012. Oil and acrylic on canvas. 151cm W x 200cm H.
Geology and topography version 1, 2008, oil on canvas. 102cm W x 168 cm H
The marks of gestural and mobile paint evoke the natural forces creating landforms: under the tracery of marks from an 1850s map of Melbourne region.
Grotto 1, 2012-2016. Oil and acrylic on canvas. 56cm W x 71cm H.
“Homage to magenta silicone”, 2017. Pinkysil silicone and acrylic paint on canvas o board. 43 cm H x 38 cm W x 3 cm deep
“Homage to gestural paint”, 2018. Acrylic and oil paint on board. 43 cm H x 40 cm w x 3 cm deep
"Water Underground", 2017. Collaged reduction linocut and hydrogeological map, on arches rag paper, on wood panel. 57cmW x 75cmH. Installation view.
Big Blue, 2012. Oil on canvas
141cm W x 268cm H
“Dune terrain v2” 2018. Collaged reassembled painted reduction linocut with hydrogeology map insert, on archival paper on board. 30 cm x 30 cm x 2 cm deep
This abstract work refers to coastal topography and its underlying waterbodies, and the forms of hydrogeological maps.
“Dune terrain v 3”. 2018. Collaged reduction linocuts and oil paint on archival paper on board.
Abstract 6, 2012-2016. Acrylic on canvas on board. 31 cm w x 31 cm H
Lake of the woods, 2016. Acrylic on canvas on board. 31cmH x 31cm W.
Building landscape, 2008. Oil and acrylic on canvas. 71 cm W x 102 cm H
Responding to traditional Chinese landscape painting, an urban landscape of central Melbourne, specifically the RMIT school of art building as it was in 2008.
Untitled 5. 2012. Oil and acrylic on prepared canvas. 92cm W x 92 cm H.
Abstract 1, 2012. Acrylic on canvas. 118cm W x 201cm H.