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This painting is the second part of the duo I created for the current exhibition ‘Seasons of Creation’ at St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane CBD.

These two pieces tell a duet story of creation. ‘In living memory’ is how I view creation now, in this current season of climate change.

The muted, earthier tones in the background symbolise the drying of the earth, the harsh droughts, the scarcity of water. And while this piece still displays the loveliness of nature, it is subdued.
There is less flora, and less fruit. Those that are seen, have been rendered in a see-through/sheer manner. I’ve done this on purpose to convey the fragility, and peril even, that we find our current state of creation in.
Will the vivid beauty of original creation become merely a ghost of the past, a living memory that will fade as the generations march on?
The first part of this creation story is called ‘Abundance’, and available to see on my profile as well.

In living memory

Sarah Walker

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This painting is the second part of the duo I created for the current exhibition ‘Seasons of Creation’ at St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane CBD.

These two pieces tell a duet story of creation. ‘In living memory’ is how I view creation now, in this current season of climate change.

The muted, earthier tones in the background symbolise the drying of the earth, the harsh droughts, the scarcity of water. And while this piece still displays the loveliness of nature, it is subdued.
There is less flora, and less fruit. Those that are seen, have been rendered in a see-through/sheer manner. I’ve done this on purpose to convey the fragility, and peril even, that we find our current state of creation in.
Will the vivid beauty of original creation become merely a ghost of the past, a living memory that will fade as the generations march on?
The first part of this creation story is called ‘Abundance’, and available to see on my profile as well.

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