Four Horsepersons of the Shopping Mall  oil on canvas; 61 cm x 76 cm; November 2014   "...And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and her name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with swung Yves St. Laurent handbags, and with PaleoDiet, and boring us all with pronouncements of deathly vapidity, and making garments of all the beasts of the earth."

Four Horsepersons of the Shopping Mall

Saatchi Art: Four Horsepersons of the Shopping Mall Painting by Elizabeth Barsham

One of a series of paintings of the souls of abandoned machinery wandering lost and forlorn in a ruined landscape. These paintings come from my abiding interest in industrial archaeology, the marks and relics left on the landscape by human activity. I love the colours and patterns of rusted metals and am fascinated by the way discarded mining and agricultural equipment gradually weathers away and disintegrates back into the soil.   See more at my website: www.tasmaniangothic.com

One of a series of paintings of the souls of abandoned machinery wandering lost and forlorn in a ruined landscape. These paintings come from my abiding interest in industrial archaeology, the marks and relics left on the landscape by human activity. I love the colours and patterns of rusted metals and am fascinated by the way discarded mining and agricultural equipment gradually weathers away and disintegrates back into the soil. See more at my website: www.tasmaniangothic.com

digitally coloured pencil drawing; something from my sketchbook. Approx. 13 cm x 10cm See more on my website: www.tasmaniangothic.com

digitally coloured pencil drawing; something from my sketchbook. Approx. 13 cm x 10cm See more on my website: www.tasmaniangothic.com

Shane's Grassy Oppy

Shane's Grassy Oppy

Oh look - I made a Christmas Angel. I think . . .

Oh look - I made a Christmas Angel.

Saatchi Art Artist Elizabeth Barsham; Painting, "The Listing Angel"  Oil on Canvas. Size: 24 H x 24 W x 3.1 in  Deserted machinery in a featureless landscape; the enigmatic angel hovers uncertainly in the centre. You can see more at my website: www.tasmaniangothic.com

The Listing Angel

Saatchi Art: The Listing Angel Painting by Elizabeth Barsham

A painting of a corner of my garden; I may have added some fanciful figures that I would like to have there, but don't. You can see more of my paintings at www.tasmaniangothic.com

I may have added some fanciful figures that I would like to have there, but don't.

Tasmanian Gothic: The List of Lost Things - early work on a series of small acrylic paintings about Tasmanian legends. Mrs McCrae's Husband; acrylic on paper, 24cm x 17cm

Tasmanian Gothic: The List of Lost Things - early work on a series of small acrylic paintings about Tasmanian legends. acrylic on paper, x


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