Image courtesy of the Warragul & Drouin Gazette
Dear Art Lovers,
As I write this update the rain continues to fall from large grey clouds as they pass over Crossover in West Gippsland… it’s 15°C. Just days ago it was over 40°C when I fed cold watermelon to hot alpacas who couldn’t seem to move themselves away from the shady trees.
Bushfires continue to burn across New South Wales, the ACT and Victoria causing widespread destruction and devastation, leaving many with saddened hearts and the desire to help.
It was difficult to be upbeat and write down goals for 2020 until they quickly evolved into a list of ideas to assist – those in need, the volunteers, our precious wildlife and their (our) habitats.
A big thank you to all who have contributed in some way – especially to those who have given and risked their lives, and to those who continue to do so xxx
Much like the landscape itself, this painting appears in constant visual flux.
A simple solid shape ‘the bush rat’ can be found within the interwoven, poetic configuration of line
– a subtle reminder that we are not alone in this wondrous experience of life.
New Paintings by Kerrie Warren
242 Thompson Avenue, Cowes Victoria
A Place to Stop and Smell the Flowers 2019
Falling Stars 2020
Out on a Eucalyptus Limb 2019
New Day Born 2020
“You are the sky. The clouds are what happens, what comes and goes.”