The Kick-About #37 ‘Punu Ngura’
My work this week channeled inspiration from both Peter Mungkuri and Claudia McGill. And I hope Nina will pay special attention to the painted stones. Another wonderful selection of creations.
As a bit of a gardener myself, I am endlessly enthralled by the sheer variety of plants and their various habits and habitats: our previous Kick-About featured a uniquely rare blossom, and this week, it is artist Peter Mungkuri’s celebration of the treasured trees of the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands of north western South Australia inspiring us to produce new work in a short time.
“My mind instantly wantedto create some cyanotypes,with their mesmerizing deep Prussian blue and infrared white, a process that is always a joy and I never tire of.”
I take Mr Mungkuri’s works to be about a sense of place, memory and stewardship of his country. I tried to evoke a similar sense of capturing memories and the way they integrate but change and blur.
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