fields of fire I live in a region surrounded by cane fields. Every year from June to December the fields are burned in preparation for harvesting - it's a rather spectacular scene.
serpent: the movement and texture of a snakes skin
serpent #2: snake slithering through cane field
mangrove: the colours and textures of mangroves along the banks of the Clarence River.
moss garden: rocks and stones in shady, damp cool places in a forest or garden grow a beautiful carpet of moss
ridge lines: an aerial view of ridge lines and mountains
night walk #1
night walk #2
night walk through the rainforest
rock and cliff faces tell stories over thousands of years in texture and colour.
the rhythm of fence lines seen in an oblique view while driving along outback roads
bush burned to charcoal after a fire
homestead - 36 cm
This design is about the walls of an old homestead which is on the South Coast of NSW. It has been owned by the same family for several generations and only family and friends stay there. From the verandahs you get 180 degree views of the coast and you can take your dogs.
a geology design: fractured rocks tell stories over thousands of years in texture and colour
A geometric instead of a binary matrix
inspired by the stones on Martu Country in Western Australia
desert rain: blue & yellow
desert rain in black
Heavy rain in desert country: water ways quickly fill and sometime, just as quickly, almost disappear.
inspired by the country of Paruku Indigenous Protected Area in Western Australia, located south of Halls Creek, off the Tanami Road on the Canning Stock Route.
the design is inspired by the way water flows over flat desert county
The Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia
inspired by the shores of Ashby on the Clarence River, NSW