Bundanon Series

At the base of Pulpit Rock on Shoalhaven River is a conglomeration of rocks.  It was here that Arthur Boyd fell back in love with the Australian Landscape and I fell in love with paint.  A residency at Bundanon for over a month meant I had time, let Arthur and the landscape seep into me.  Daily, hour by hour the river would change colour.  I wiggled my stump-easel into place, tied the canvas and painted till dark.  All these works were based on the configuartion of just four rocks to the very left in this photo.  Thank you Arthur Boyd and the Boyd family.

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