Author: Lisa G Hunter

  • ‘Trunks’ an Abstract Landscape

    ‘Trunks’ an Abstract Landscape

    …this is the wonder of abstract work: we all bring our own experience…

  • Ant Eye

    Ant Eye

    Arty ants build a nest beneath a fallen branch. Sculpture by nature.

  • The Shifting Shadow

    The Shifting Shadow

    A shadow is misshapen reality. Elongated or shortened by the angle of the sun, familiar objects appear distorted, muted, hidden. As the sun shifts, so does the shadow, and we see the world anew. Perhaps the colours are brighter than we remember or, lit from a different angle, we see the cracks that had escaped our attention. […]

  • Curves and Cazneaux

    Curves and Cazneaux

    Many years ago on a visit to Canberra, I happened across an exhibition of Harold Cazneaux’s photography.

  • Pen and Paper: The Sensuality of Journaling

    Pen and Paper: The Sensuality of Journaling

    Moving house in 2012, I realised just how many journals I had collected over the years. Many of them have only a few handwritten pages – the rest being blank. Very few are almost full. I don’t think I can boast a single completed journal. Yet each time I enter a stationers, or a good […]

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