This is the image you see being printed on the video (below). I have taken the mad hatters tea party and put it into a boat. What I like about this part of Alice in Wonderland is that at the tea party it is always 6 o’clock and never changes. I liked the idea of going on a journey and taking time out of the equation. See how things flow for Alice when time is taken away. I had a similar experience when I was making the artwork for this exhibition, when I let go of time the artwork flowed and when I was aware of time, the creativity stopped. I really enjoy the magical feeling of this piece. As the viewer we are on solid land looking through the trees at them in the crazy boat, it has a sense of possibility – anything could happen.
This drypoint print 55 x 76cm is $720 unframed, is currently exhibited at Heathcote Gallery Applecross (Perth WA) as part of the Seven Printmakers Respond to Place exhibition until the 3rd July 2016.
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See the video for the exhibition here: I am the last artist shown.