Another art school archive from 1987, the year my whole working process changed.
Here’s one from last century, circa 1988-89. From my days at art school. Dry point on wax on paper. A technique that I developed to produce unique images using traditional intaglio techniques that did not have resulting multiples / reproductions.
I grew up in outback NSW in a vast and flat landscape of scrubland and red soil plains. It was the landscape of painters like Williams, Nolan, Olsen, Boyd and Drysdale to name a few. A time when rivers were not yet a commodity and when the pulse of the land could be felt in your feet.