Australian Rhapsody II

Australian Rhapsody II (2019)
Woodblock print
Size: W 144cm x H 60cm
Editions: Unique state

This work is an abstract depiction of a natural landscape shrouded by smoke and ash. It was made during Australia’s Black Summer bushfires in 2019. The muted tones reflect the sombre and eerie atmosphere that fell over the world at the time and settled like dust. The jagged lines reflect the broken and battered earth, but with colour seeping through to show that life persists through hardship.

The image was created using brushes made by the artist from all organic materials including sticks, leaves and natural fibres drawn from the environment around her. The designs are carved onto wood and hand printed onto Korean mulberry paper, which reflect the artist’s cultural heritage. 

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