Other drawings, languishing in the orphan stack, may find their way into the work because they add to the visual story, offering clues of the drawing’s underlying intent of capturing memory and meaning.
A scattered post about right now, complaining of sore arms, describing a little of my current art practice all on the cusp of our nation’s important federal election. A chance to discard the political sludge accumulated over the past decade and reshape our country for the better. Roll on Saturday night.
Winter approaches outside my study window and into my mind. Across the sea, Gaza is exploding and Australia continues to be governed by aliens. For relief I look to the art works hanging in a corner of our writing room: Jim Wigley’s ink drawing of 3 women and child returning with fish, Noel Counihan’s linocut, ‘Laughing Christ’ and Brandy Tjungurrayi’s painting of the “football game”. All three works are part of my story.
I write this ‘fragment’ to keep this blog alive, saying, “I will be back to finish my thoughts.”
Covid 19 has well and truly sorted people into believers, non believers and some two-bob each way people. The latter,…
No drawing started as yet for Catch Him by His Name, my graphic novel that has been in the works…
Completed recording around 500 drawings and paintings.Now is the “In the bin” or “on the wall” time.
Red Heart Comic progress update.
Reworking my autobiographical animation script, “Catch him by his name” as a graphic novel.
A self reflective discourse on the use of social media including Instagram and virtual cobwebs on creativity.