Friday, May 29, 2015

National Gallery of Victoria - Federation Square

11 April - 16 August, 2015 - free entry

 I called in to the Ian Potter Centre yesterday on my way home from Scquilters CBD, to see this exhibition of paper water colours.
Over the last 4 years, John Wolseley has traveled and painted throughout Australia. He has journeyed from the swamps of the Tasmanian  high country to the coastal flood plains of the tropical north.
He has explored the nature and action of water and how it has shaped our land.
His work is collage on paper. An excellent exhibition. 
Series of works commissioned by Sir Roderick Carnegie AC.
 (A small selection of his works below)
The Daly River Creek, NT, 2012



From Siberia to Roebuck Bay, WA 2012
Watercolor over pencil, charcoal, coloured chalk and masking out. 

The Atrium ceiling was adorned by these wonderful bats.


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