Sunday, November 13, 2011

Hand Labyrinth

 This labyrinth is carved into a plank of driftwood from Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Like all labyrinths it has a single traceable path that leads from the external universe to the inner center of being.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Sea Glass Fish 2011

Sea Glass Fish, 2011
600mmL x 150mmH x 100mmW
Hebel block, acrylic paint, cats-eye shell and sea glass.

Carved from one Hebel block. The sea glass I found at low tide around Balmain (inner Sydney Harbour.) The blue pieces are Victorian medicine bottles.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Lizard and Labyrinth

18cm wide and 13cm high.
Metallic Acrylic, four blue Topaz, found lizard from the garden on canvas.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Daily Dog Art critic has his say.

News flash from the Daily Dog: Brother Bob the Art Critic said
"Bobo's self portrait shows a remarkable lack of artistic talent. Francis Bacon he is not!"

The Brothers

A pencil drawing of the brothers Bob and Bobo at the piano. Inspired by this painting by Renoir.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Ceramic Finger Labyrinth

Ceramic Finger Labyrinth 2007

White and Red Earthernware

L 22cm
W 19 cm
D 3.5 cm

Sunday 20th March 2011. Traced the path of my finger labyrinth in memory of the people in Japan.
The work is framed at the top by beautiful Mitsuo Shoji ceramic platters. 

Monday, March 21, 2011

Just Fish.

Hebel Fish 2006

 Cats eye Shell, Silver Leaf, Colours from ground natural Ocre.
L 60 cm
W 10 cm
H 20 cm

The ocre stones that I ground to colour this fish are from my large collection of found stones.
This is the ocre that the Australian aboriginals have used throughout the centuries for hand printing in caves and rock painting.