Vinyl and oil pastel on cardboard.
Diluted acrylic paint poured from one edge of the paper and tilted to create lines. The shapes are filled with food dye, collage, nature printing, drawing and found objects.
Charcoal drawings and painted cardboard reliefs.
Based on Frederick McCubbin's Lost paintings. Students substituted David Christmas, a shepherd who was lost for several weeks. Christmas Hills was named after him. Oil pastel, paint applied with sponges and edge of cardboard, black ink.
Study of seed pods using food dye and black ink, cut out and glued onto cobweb paper.
Study of seed pods using food dye and black ink, cut out and glued onto cobweb and metallic papers.
Paper is scrunched up and dipped in food dye and PVA. It is glued onto cardboard to look like the texture of lichen on tree bark.
Scrunched up paper dipped in food dye and PVA. Glued onto cardboard to look like lichen growing on tree bark.
Diluted acrylic paints poured from one edge of paper and tilted to create lines that looked like an aerial view. Shapes were filled in with mixed media, collage, found objects, drawing and printing.
Diluted acrylic paints poured from one edge to create lines. Shapes filled with different media, found objects, collage, drawing and printmaking.