Sara Mast and Lisa Pressman , Fuse Workshop in Montana, July 2013

with water colour inks - sticks, string etc. on a large roll of paper as a collaborative class project - look at artists such as John Wolseley & Brice Marden - image inspiration: Sara Mast and Lisa Pressman , Fuse Workshop in Montana, July 2013

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

John Wolseley The territories of birds remembering Gondwana and Laurasia, 2001 (detail) watercolour on paper 76 × 263cm (Detail)

John Wolseley The territories of birds remembering Gondwana and Laurasia, 2001 (detail) watercolour on paper 76 × (Detail)

John Wolseley

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

John Wolseley

The colonizing of lichens in Tasmania and Valdivia, 1996 watercolour on paper

"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

John Wolseley The last journey 2004

As I'm often thinking about decamping, my stream of consciousness recently led me to John Wolseley.

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