Location: Cato Gallery
Opening Event, Saturday 25 February 1pm - 3pm
My paintings depict the beauty of both formal and informal gardens, which, without the essential addition of adequate rainfall, would not exist.
The rainforests, the vineyards and farms and beautiful waterways in Tasmania all depend on rain.
Whilst Australia has been inundated with rains and flooding recently, we can become complacent.
We do not know what is around the corner in terms of more extreme weather patterns, or more droughts.
I feel the need to show the beauty of the world and hope that the powers that be will make decisions so that the gardens, forests, and natural wonders continue for many generations to come.
Banner Image: 'Rocky Stream, Hakone, Japan', 2018, gouache on gesso board
We would like to pay our respects to the traditional owners of the land on which our building stands, their leaders, past, present and emerging.