Art inspired by Dust, Rust and Rock
By The West Macs
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Artists stories explaining where their inspiration comes from....
||From Mulga to Art (Image copyright: Deborah Clarke)||Deb Clarke found found an old car rusting in the landscape. It was surrounded by mulga and Deb found a panel on the car that had a rust mark that looked like mulga and she created a piece in symbolism to this important plant.||10/31/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Alienation to Country (Image copyright: Sue McLeod)||Sue McLeod describes the dilemma of non-Indigenous artists in representing the landscape.||10/30/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Connection to land through painting for Lenie Namatjira (Image copyright: Deborah Clarke)||ALL LOCATIONS Artist Deborah Clarke tells of indigenous painting out along the Finke River and speaks about the close link with the land.||10/29/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||J9 looks to Macs for inspiration (Image copyright: J9 Stanton)||ALL LOCATIONS J9 is very much the transformed artist from Melbourne now living literally beside the ranges that inspire her art.||10/28/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Old cars in the landscape (Image copyright: Michael Barritt)||Deb Clarke often comes across old cars dotted through the landscape and uses them as inspiration for her art.||10/27/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Native Flora Jewellery (Image copyright: Siri Omberg)||ALL LOCATIONS Siri Ormberg uses the shapes of native flora to create her unique jewellery.||10/26/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||Nature: the tool for Art (Image copyright: Deborah Clarke)||FINKE GORGE A fondness for fronds meets rice paper calligraphy.||10/25/2010||Free||View in iTunes|