Singleton, New South Wales, Australia born 1959

  • Has lived for periods in USA, Austria, The Netherlands, Italy, UK

He floated not in an aria but a prelude to the dark resolution. The expected tunnel devoid of light devouring the countless regrets regulating ebb and flow in the drift. The Ferryman's Usher shining a torch to his seat. A flock, four hundred and twenty, at least, pink breasted Galahs screeched vice like in his head swimming overhead. Not the Ganges' Ibis he had expected to orchestrate, tearing him jaundice flesh from bone to resurrection. The little suitcase bobbed, the melamine and the melanin. 2009 Place made: Singleton, New South Wales, Australia
Materials & Technique: paintings, polyurethane with dyes and pigment on linen Support: linen canvas

Dimensions: painting 300.0 h x 260.0 w cm
Acknowledgement: The Dale Frank Gift 2014
Accession No: NGA 2014.9