Fri, 28 July|
A Desert Crossing Mini-Exhibition
The desert is often overlooked, and its true beauty is unrealised. As you travel through the desert, the scenery evolves from sand dunes, wildflowers, salt pans, and hot springs, creating a diverse and dynamic environment.
Time & Location
28 July, 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Rockhampton, 49 William St, Rockhampton QLD 4700, Australia
About The Event
Special thanks to:
Letisha Frenken @ The Two Professors (thetwoprofessors.com.au) 49 William St, for her support of this exhibition
My exhibition of en-plein air and studio work is inspired by our camping trip across the Simpson Desert.
The Simpson Desert stretches between Birdsville and Finke and crosses into the Northern Territory, Queensland, and South Australia. The expansive blue skies and crimson sand dunes create a mesmerizing and ever-changing canvas.
The desert is often overlooked, and its true beauty is unrealised. As you travel through the desert, the scenery evolves from sand dunes, wildflowers, salt pans, and hot springs, creating a diverse and dynamic environment. “The desert invokes images of a vast expanse, a timeless space of beauty, wonder and longing.” Its captivating beauty serves as a muse for my creative expressions.
Our 470 km journey from Birdsville to Dalhousie Springs incorporated the QAA line, the K1 line, the Rig Road, and the French Line. The tracks were made for oil exploration (seismic shot-lines).
You are invited to envisage my journey through the eyes of an artist.
The Two Professors is a licensed venue. Drinks will be available for sale. A grazing platter is supplied.
A further thanks to:
PNE Art & Framing (pneart.com.au)
120 East Street
For the professional presentation and framing of my work.