Jade Waters began at a workshop where I experimented with different mediums and colour. I did not use a photograph, rather just put down some colours and shapes, adding to it with different mediums. The beautiful still water was later described as being three dimensional.
In exploring the origins of the painting, I was asked what it represented. I wasn’t sure at first but as I later put my mind to it, and I recalled a visit I made to a place called Wangi Falls in 1970 (located on Wangi Station in the Northern Territory) now called Litchfield National Park just south of Darwin.
This was a region of intense Aboriginal presence and I feel that even though I was unaware of it at the time, in later years I know that I felt that spirit and can see it expressed in Jade Waters.
Original: 61cm x 91cm - Acrylic on Canvas (Not for sale)
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