Yesterday as the sun was moving low enough in the sky to loose its bite, I stood on my own in the slowly stagnating pool at Belongil creek mouth. The creek has been cut off from the ocean for two weeks now, the sand bank stopping its flow to and from the ocean. It was a crystal clear pool at first, and when I got home last week, we all went out there with our goggles for a look at […]
Drawings by Nature – Winner 2013 Ocean Shores Art Expo. The judges commented, “We were struck by the power and simplicity of Liz Barker’s piece and the luminosity and eloquence of empty space. The very delicate process is beautifully translated into a highly sophisticated finished piece”
SHE THE RIVER by Louisa Miranda Changing depths and secret rhythms awaiting the absorption the carriage of seed and spark and soul in flow. Surface reflections of stem patterns of cosmic tides of all that is cell deep, flesh and earth and water and starlight, all pushed and pulled in her flow.
Title: high winds Series: belongil creek Medium: creek print on canvas Size: 2 panels – 300cm h x 200cm w Date: 2012 This was the first print I made off the creek. I noticed there was a thin, almost invisible transparent layer of scummy build up. It was very subtle on the water, so I was surprised how well it came out on canvas. The build up on the edges of the creek, comes and goes seemingly randomly, and […]
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