New Work Friday #147

Art Life , New Work Nov 08, 2013 No Comments


Emma walker, There and Here, 2013. Oil on Linen, 160x180cms.


Emma Walker, Tracks & Trails, 2013. Oil on linen, 130x150cms.


Emmas Walker, Up & Over, 2013. Oil on linen, 130x150cms.


Emma Walker, Walk The Line, 2013. Oil on linen, 160×180 cms.


Emma Walker, Above and Beyond, 2013. Oil on linen, 90x90cms.

“These paintings were born from a series of walks up “Mother’s Hill”, a steep and majestic prominence overlooking Lake George and the town of Bungendore, NSW. The panoramic views were beautiful but my eye was captured by the lurid green lichen on the branches of acacias, the smooth white trunks of Maniferas, the tangled lines of fallen tree limbs and the gigantic, precariously stacked boulders that sat like sentinels, guarding something mysterious and precious. Walking alone, being away, making drawings and experiencing the sounds and sensations of the bush. The slow decent of quietness as the concerns of daily life start to fall away and a feeling of of focussed alertness begins to prevail. An exploration and interaction between human and nature. These are abstract paintings. They are informed by a place but are more to do with an exploration of internal spaces. Memories of landscape and place and the people that have inhabited them. A process of exploration; of thinking, of paint, of being.” – Emma Walker.

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