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Baker’s Creek Gorge is a plein air painting from a series of works on paper while visiting the Uralla and Armidale area this year. The string of gorges found in the Wild Oxley River National Park is one of Australia’s largest gorge systems with the depth reaching 600 metres in places.

The powerful peaks and troughs caused by the many waterfalls over thousands of years have that majesty about them akin to the great mountains found in the old Chinese master paintings.

I used mixed media, especially choosing minimal marks with charcoal and pastel to reflect the carved rock formations and to cast the viewers eyes downward to create the depth and enormity of the gorge.

 

Baker’s Creek Gorge

Kathryn Fenton

AUD$500
Size: 61w x 75h x 4d cms
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This expressive work is painted in gouache, ink, charcoal and pastel on watercolour paper.

The painting is professionally framed in a gallery style of white timber and white matt and ready to be hung.

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Baker’s Creek Gorge is a plein air painting from a series of works on paper while visiting the Uralla and Armidale area this year. The string of gorges found in the Wild Oxley River National Park is one of Australia’s largest gorge systems with the depth reaching 600 metres in places.

The powerful peaks and troughs caused by the many waterfalls over thousands of years have that majesty about them akin to the great mountains found in the old Chinese master paintings.

I used mixed media, especially choosing minimal marks with charcoal and pastel to reflect the carved rock formations and to cast the viewers eyes downward to create the depth and enormity of the gorge.

 

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