‘Sacred’ images of history, culture and landscape are layered with the quotidian and ‘profane’ – street scenes, newspaper clippings, found texts and accidental ‘art’ .Shown in ‘Palimpsest’ exhibition at Hazelhurst Broadhurst Gallery, Jan 26 – Feb 8 2017.
In these images, taken in Northern India (Delhi, Kashmir and Ladakh), pictures of workers are juxtaposed with local found texts.
|Recovering Roots / The Timeless Land
Exhibition at Hazelhurst Community Gallery. May 30 – June 11 2014.
|Tasmania gothic Mandalas created from photographs taken in different locations in Tasmania.|
|Europe mandalas Some vignettes from an overland trip, Ireland to Turkey.|
|Mandalas – Menindee to Flinders Ranges Mandala images from trip to Menindee and Flinders ranges, inspired by the expeditions of Edward John Eyre. Shown at Gaffa Gallery for Head On Festival 2012.|
|“The alien in our midst …” This series is based on photographs taken in northern SA (around Maree-Lake Eyre), and the history of the Afghan cameleers who were pioneers in this area. Shown at Gaffa Gallery for Head On Festival 2012.|
|History trees The History trees series combines portraits of aged eucalypts with vintage book pages representing historical interpretations of Australia and its culture. Shown at Gaffa Gallery for Head On Festival 2012.|
|“Too much ask …” In these works contemporary photographs, from trips to the Murray River, are overlaid with text from the journals of early explorers such as Charles Sturt and Thomas Mitchell. Shown at Hazelhurst Gallery, Gymea, 2011.|