In the early 70s, the nuns at St Mary’s didn’t quite know what to do with an inquisitive Ballardong Noongar boy. Putting me in a corner with some paper and a crayon seemed the easiest way to shut me up. That crayon turned into a paintbrush I haven’t put down since. I paint abstract landscapes. Acrylics and ochre create stories of boodja (country), the interconnecting elements of the land and the pathways forged by my ancestors from two cultures.
Artists & Studios
Canvas: acrylic, ochre, watercolour, paperbark. Homeware: pots, clocks, mirrors, decorative slate
As people’s needs differ, visitors with any concerns around accessibility requirements are encouraged to contact the artists directly and confirm any requirements prior to their visit.