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Lynne Boladeras

As we drive through remote areas of Australia I note rain events and the fires that shape so much of our land. The exploration of these subjects continues in my studio.

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  • Galleries:Drawing,Painting,Mixed Media

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  • Galleries:Drawing,Painting,Mixed Media
  • Open Days:By Appointment Only

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I make copious notes in my journal and paint watercolours while camping in remote areas.

The profound experience of living and working in the desert most of my life culminated in my solo exhibition "Katjarra Country" in 2011 while experiences sustained trekking in the Kimberley produced works for "Way to Walcott" in 2015.

Travelling through the Great Victoria, Gibson and Great Sandy Deserts in 2014, I noted messages left in pickle jars at junctions, roughly made signs at drill holes and obsolete directional signage.

Works developed from these themes formed my solo exhibition "Desert Messages" at Kidogo Art House fremantle in February 2019.

My current body of work considers the fire and rain events that shape our land.

 

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