On a trip to Lake St. Clair in Tasmania’s Central Highlands a few years ago, I came across a piece of bark laying in a ditch. A strong light cast a most interesting shadow on the bark’s surface, resulting in a pattern that gives the overall composition a distinct abstract feel.
I suppose one would label this work as a ‘semi-abstract’. There’s enough information to give one a good idea of what is ‘going on’.
Whatever way it is interpreted, this painting is a celebration of pattern in nature; a landscape through the eyes of an abstract lover.