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The John Glover

Art Prize 2019

Falls Park Pavilion, Tas

Pamela was honoured to be a finalist in "Australia's most prestigious landscape prize" in Evandale, Tasmania.  Her large triptych titled "Who Goes There" (painterly monochrome monoprint on graphite paper) sold at exhibition.

2019 Glover Prize finalists page

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Who Goes There


mono print on drafting paper


Who Goes There represents my everyday experience of living on the Great Western Tiers and the feelings and senses evoked on my regular bush walks. The images have welled up from a store within.  Reactions come from a love of nature. 

The triptych of bold, figurative abstract expressionist landscapes rendered as black and white painterly mono prints on drafting paper depict the Tasmanian scrubby bush at Poatina. 

The size of the prints speak of the vastness of the landscape.  A sense of immediacy and directness is wrought by the brush strokes.  There are no horizons, bringing the bush itself into focus.  My bush experience is imbued with a sense of being watched, perhaps by abundant wildlife which I frequently

disturb and hear but rarely see. There is a pervading atmosphere of presence and absence. Spots suggest lichen on rocks or the presence an eastern spotted quoll or perhaps a Tasmanian devil? 

While walking my spirit is fed by the energy of the bush.  I stop and talk to a wallaby, kookaburra, black cockatoo or a platypus. There is however, always an underlying sense of foreboding, as I remember the aboriginal people who once thrived here, and wonder what those ancient trees have witnessed. 

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