Bush Curlew — John Wolseley (2004)
John Wolseley - Godwits in flight
JOHN WOLSELEY New growth beyond Sunset Track Watercolour, carbonised wood and graphite on paper Courtesy of the artist and Australian Galleries.
2006 carbonised wood and. 72 x 155 cm
"A History of Parrots, Drifting Maps and Warming Seas", by John Wolseley
John Wolseley - Leaflitter, bark and birdsong - Cobboboonee Forest
ohn Wolseley After fire – spiny-cheeked honeyeaters at Lake Monibeong (detail) Watercolour, charcoal, pencil, gouache and brown chalk
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
Camel Gate Border Track by John Wolsely
Seawrack Tide After Tide - Baniyala by John Wolseley
John WOLSELEY | Botanist's camp
John Wolseley - After the Fire - Smoke still rested in the branches of the peach tree as the sun rose above the lake.
John WOLSELEY | Arrarente Desert
"Fire and Water - Moths, Swamps and Lava Flows of the Hamilton Region" John Wolseley 2010 Size: 2 x 3 m Materials: wool, cotton Weavers: Chris Cochius, Milly Formby, Pamela Joyce.
John Wolseley - The Wood, The World, and The Parrot, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2006 - Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery