Firefighter’s delight?

Firefighter’s Delight

This painting developed over a long period of contemplation on the dynamics of natural relationships. Specifically, bushfire, human endeavour and luck after the Cudlee Creek bushfire (Friday, 20 December, 2019).

A reminder of perpetual change, the crazed texture represents erratic wildfire and reactions from flora, fauna, and humankind. The crimson haze represents the pink retardant dropped near the Lobethal Woollen Mill from the Boeing 737 water-bomber aircraft.

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Waves of History: sense of place

“Waves of History” is a nod to a sense of place and community gathering that is counted in thousands and thousands of years, not hundreds.

This post discusses another way of thinking about history, as waves, as timelessness, non-linear. As stories making place.

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