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A diptych acrylic, mixed media landscape painting on deep canvas in monochromatic blue grey tones.

This diptych contemporary landscape is part of a series of paintings that pays homage to the sacred and majestic aura of the Olgas and Uluru in Central Australia.  On those rare occasions when it rains in these areas, the ancient rock formations transform into ethereal monoliths, with their vast, intricately contoured exteriors looking more like shrouded sculptures.  Their myriad of casisms, creating a network of rivers and waterfalls, plummeting to the thirsty earth below.

I have placed within the ghostly surfaces the hint of Indigenous faces of the ancestral guardians of this sacred place.

To achieve the shrouded effect on the rock required several fine glazing layers of of acrylic paint with small areas of collage.

 

Sacred Rock

Kathryn Fenton

AUD$1,200
Size: 91w x 120h x 4d cms
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Diptych acrylic & mixed media on deep canvas

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A diptych acrylic, mixed media landscape painting on deep canvas in monochromatic blue grey tones.

This diptych contemporary landscape is part of a series of paintings that pays homage to the sacred and majestic aura of the Olgas and Uluru in Central Australia.  On those rare occasions when it rains in these areas, the ancient rock formations transform into ethereal monoliths, with their vast, intricately contoured exteriors looking more like shrouded sculptures.  Their myriad of casisms, creating a network of rivers and waterfalls, plummeting to the thirsty earth below.

I have placed within the ghostly surfaces the hint of Indigenous faces of the ancestral guardians of this sacred place.

To achieve the shrouded effect on the rock required several fine glazing layers of of acrylic paint with small areas of collage.

 

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