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Fish Catcher

13" x 30"

Private Collection


Aboriginal fish traps are estimated to be over 40,000 years old and one of the oldest man-made structures on earth. They were built to trap fish in rivers as they swam upstream.

Shadow Spotting

16" x 37"

Private Collection


The sun is extremely intense due to the thinning of the ozone layer over Australia and it intensifies colors against the contrasting shaded areas.


17" x 24"


Fremantle is a colorful and historic port city where the Swan River meets the Indian Ocean. Massive warehouses and quaint nineteenth century buildings resulted from its maritime heritage.


25" x 25" x 3.5"


Bricks, stone and mortar dominate many of the buildings and walkways across Western Australia.  Creative patterns of the brickwork reflect the artistic expressions of this trade.

Indian Ocean

22" x 28"

The indigo to blue-green Indian Ocean and its over 12,000 mile coastline is the western doorstep to Australia.

Regal Songlines

24" x 47"

Totemic Aboriginal ancestors sang the world into existence. They traveled about the land scattering a trail of words and notes with their footprints. These Dream-Tracks are lines of communication and became maps for travelers.

Bridge Over Rockpool

16" x 26"

An ecosystem - a collection of visible and microscopic organisms living in a defined space.

Three Kings

12" x 36"

Kings Park is a huge metropolitan park overlooking the city of Perth. The impressive entrance is tree-lined with century old lemon-scented eucalyptus and their majestic trunks.

Message Cylinders

each 8.5" x 8.5"

The Aboriginals traditionally use message sticks as a form of communication. It is usually a solid piece of wood 9 - 10 inches in length and etched with lines and dots.

Treetop Daydream

35 x 35"

Man-made suspended walkways give the experience of being above the giant Karri trees.

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