Interview with John Wolseley including a demonstration of his drawing-with-a-dead-pelican technique

The artist discusses his work featuring the variety and unique nature of water forms in Australia for the exhibition "Heartlands and Headwaters". Now showing.

John Wolseley

"Fire and Water - Moths, Swamps and Lava Flows of the Hamilton Region" John Wolseley 2010 Size: 2 x 3 m Materials: wool, cotton Weavers: Chris Cochius, Milly Formby, Pamela Joyce.

John Wolseley - 18th Biennale of Sydney, 2012 - Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery. Wolseley's work has a rawness, a deep understanding of the environment it portrays.

John Wolseley - Biennale of Sydney, 2012 - Roslyn Gallery. Wolseley's work has a rawness, a deep understanding of the environment it portrays.

from http://moirarothsgleanings.tumblr.com/post/16334896772/gleanings-11-john-wolseley

from http://moirarothsgleanings.tumblr.com/post/16334896772/gleanings-11-john-wolseley

Mallee ‘Gilgai’ - Ephemeral Pools - Wyperfeld National Park by John Wolseley

John Wolseley, Mallee ‘gilgai’ – ephemeral pools, Wyperfeld National Park watercolour, charcoal and graphite on paper, 150 x

John Wolseley explains the science behind his art. Produced, directed and edited by John Paul Tansey

John Wolseley explains the science behind his art. Produced, directed and edited by John Paul Tansey

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