Category Archives: Art

Invasion Day

A white man with a bouquet of fireweed, a re-imagining of Christian Thompson’s  Australian Graffitti. Fireweed is a highly invasive and opportunistic weed, native to Madagascar and southern Africa. It was first introduced into Australia in 1918, here, in the … Continue reading

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Cloud

Mercury in the clouds…homage to Michael Riley.

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Baiame – The Maker of All Things

Awesome is an overused word. It is also a misused one. But in relation to this rock painting of the creator being Baiame, it is the only appropriate word. Awesome, in its true sense. Baiame is the creator spirit of … Continue reading

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Mare and Foal

Life-size and perfectly observed, this beautiful work of art has been the symbol of the town of Scone since 1982. Although it promotes the town’s concept of itself as the Horse Capital of Australia, it is graceful and tender, gentle … Continue reading

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