How inappropriate to call this planet Earth when it is clearly Ocean. ~Arthur C. Clarke
Flowers, trees and the huge variety of flora are all around us whether flourishing, ‘dying’, or as cut flowers. I also enjoy their decaying process when their structure and form are often more apparent.
The other day I went for a walk from Coogee to Clovelly. These are two beaches along the Pacific Ocean coast of Sydney. We are fortunate to have about seventy beaches, approximately thirty-nine of these are ocean beaches. My walk started at Coogee, easily reached by bus from my home in Newtown. As well asContinue reading “A walk by the Pacific Ocean”
March is Art Month here in Sydney. There are gallery tours, studio tours and talks aplenty. Last evening I attended a debate in Kings Cross (as part of the Art Month program) called Contemporary Art Is A Joke. I have no view as to whether or not contemporary art, as a whole, is a joke.Continue reading “Artspeak didn’t satisfy but the trees did.”
All images here were made by me and are an expression of my ‘way of seeing’, to borrow John Berger’s phrase. All images which identify people were made with their permission. My personal art practice is primarily photography, thoughI have a general interest in visual art. My primary creative commitment is to working in aContinue reading “How I became a photographer”