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Hanging Rock / Ngannelong 7 by Michael Wolfe – Framed in a thin line Mountain Ash frame with a Natural Wax or Japan Black finish.
As a painter and photographer Michael Wolfe draws inspiration from the landscape around his home in Castlemaine, Victoria. He has exhibited widely in Australia and internationally and his work is included in public, corporate and private collections.
“I’ve often said I’m just happy getting to the next picture, meaning that, over the years there is rarely a huge shift in the form of my paintings. These paintings, which I began in 2020 take a slightly different direction – open, flat areas of colour, collapsed perspective – taking their cues from the granite tors and boulders of Hanging Rock near Mount Macedon and Woodend in Central Victoria.
Hanging Rock has fitted in so much over 6 million years… from a sacred place for local indigenous people and backdrop to Joan Lindsay’s book Picnic at Hanging Rock and Peter Weir’s film of the same title, to a colourful host of music concerts, markets and popular horse races, the Rock tells many tales about the history of the Macedon Ranges.
“I’ve been painting this country for many years and never tire of the rolling hills, granite outcrops, rhythms, textures and colours. There’s order and geometry, and mostly wonderful chaotic confusion. It’s a beautiful, rugged, constantly changing landscape that I love using as a backdrop and motif in my paintings.”

Hanging Rock / Ngannelong 7

Michael Wolfe

AUD$3,850
Size: 122w x 122h x 5d cms
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Acrylic on stretched canvas

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Hanging Rock / Ngannelong 7 by Michael Wolfe – Framed in a thin line Mountain Ash frame with a Natural Wax or Japan Black finish.
As a painter and photographer Michael Wolfe draws inspiration from the landscape around his home in Castlemaine, Victoria. He has exhibited widely in Australia and internationally and his work is included in public, corporate and private collections.
“I’ve often said I’m just happy getting to the next picture, meaning that, over the years there is rarely a huge shift in the form of my paintings. These paintings, which I began in 2020 take a slightly different direction – open, flat areas of colour, collapsed perspective – taking their cues from the granite tors and boulders of Hanging Rock near Mount Macedon and Woodend in Central Victoria.
Hanging Rock has fitted in so much over 6 million years… from a sacred place for local indigenous people and backdrop to Joan Lindsay’s book Picnic at Hanging Rock and Peter Weir’s film of the same title, to a colourful host of music concerts, markets and popular horse races, the Rock tells many tales about the history of the Macedon Ranges.
“I’ve been painting this country for many years and never tire of the rolling hills, granite outcrops, rhythms, textures and colours. There’s order and geometry, and mostly wonderful chaotic confusion. It’s a beautiful, rugged, constantly changing landscape that I love using as a backdrop and motif in my paintings.”

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