Works created whilst staying at the Bammy residency on Mango creek of the Hawkesbury River.
These works were exhibited in a group exhibition "Imbued" at gallery 139.
Whilst in the Hawkesbury i reflected on my place within nature, the environment was wild and magic in its presence, the creek side cottage I was staying in was slowly becoming swallowed up by the surrounding landscape. I took note of the sprawl of indoor plants and pines, monstera ferns and birds of paradise introduced to the area that had slowly made there way into the natural landscape.
Plants that once decorated the interior of the house were now wildly wrapping themselves around eucalyptus trees, and in turn, the mosses that once grew on the trees and rocks were slowly climbing there way up the walls of the cottage and entering the home.