The artist discusses his work featuring the variety and unique nature of water forms in Australia for the exhibition "Heartlands and Headwaters". Now showing.
Artist: John Wolseley Marsh with Industrial Landscape - La Palissade
Camel Gate Border Track by John Wolsely
John Wolseley 'Song of sea, sand and salt - Monibeong', 2006 watercolour, graphite carbonised wood on paper ×
John Wolseley Cycles of fire and water – Lake Tyrrell, Victoria (detail) Watercolour, charcoal, pencil, sponging and scratching out on 2 sheets
ohn Wolseley After fire – spiny-cheeked honeyeaters at Lake Monibeong (detail) Watercolour, charcoal, pencil, gouache and brown chalk
John Wolseley | Carboniferous
Telopea and Isopogon in Mist, Blue Mountains New South Wales
Camel Gate 2007 Work in progress by John Wolsley. I can’t describe John Wolseley’s work easily. I might say that he is an explorer or an archeologist or an artist. Wolsley’s work takes you on an exploration through mark making.