John Wolseley 'Song of sea, sand and salt - Monibeong', 2006 watercolour, graphite carbonised wood on paper 151.5 × 175.5cm

John Wolseley 'Song of sea, sand and salt - Monibeong', 2006 watercolour, graphite carbonised wood on paper 151.5 × 175.5cm

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John Wolseley.   In this piece he has used the "frotting" technique of rubbing the paper across charred grass and twigs.

John Wolseley. In this piece he has used the "frotting" technique of rubbing the paper across charred grass and twigs.

John Wolseley's process - read Moira Roth's Gleanings. Wolseley is an English printmaker, painter and installation artist based in Australia.

John Wolseley's process - read Moira Roth's Gleanings. Wolseley is an English printmaker, painter and installation artist based in Australia.

Bush walk with students to take photographs and source botanical specimens to create a collaborative mural work on large scale 400 gsm magnani paper in pencil and watercolour - artist focus on John Wolseley - yr 9-11

Bush walk with students to take photographs and source botanical specimens to create a collaborative mural work on large scale 400 gsm magnani paper in pencil and watercolour - artist focus on John Wolseley - yr 9-11

John Wolseley

Artist John Wolseley: 'We allow such terrible things to happen to our world'

John Wolseley  'Song of sea, sand and salt - Monibeong', 2006  watercolour, graphite carbonised wood on paper  151.5 × 175.5cm

John Wolseley 'Song of sea, sand and salt - Monibeong', 2006 watercolour, graphite carbonised wood on paper 151.5 × 175.5cm

"A History of Parrots, Drifting Maps and Warming Seas", by John Wolseley (2005)

"A History of Parrots, Drifting Maps and Warming Seas", by John Wolseley (2005)

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