Interview with John Wolseley - YouTube Wow! What an interesting human being and wonderful artist.

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

Marsh with Industrial Landscape - La Palissade | John Wolseley

Artist: John Wolseley Marsh with Industrial Landscape - La Palissade

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 ×

John Wolseley. 'Cycles of fire and water - Lake Tyrrell, Victoria' (detail) 2011-12

John Wolseley Cycles of fire and water – Lake Tyrrell, Victoria (detail) Watercolour, charcoal, pencil, sponging and scratching out on 2 sheets

John Wolseley

ohn Wolseley After fire – spiny-cheeked honeyeaters at Lake Monibeong (detail) Watercolour, charcoal, pencil, gouache and brown chalk

Telopea and Isopogon in Mist, Blue Mountains New South Wales 1995-96

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. His work makes me get lost. Wolsley’s work takes you on an exploration through mark making.

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.

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