Old Rocks (2015)

What individuals (and whole cultures) see, and what they record, is affected by the world view of the person doing the seeing. This triptych comments on this in relation to Australia's oldest recorded images - left for us to find on Old Rocks.

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John Webb: Old Rocks (2015) Left panel

John Webb: Old Rocks (2015) Centre panel

John Webb: Old Rocks (2015) Right panel

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Old Rocks (2015)
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Related works (Aboriginal and cosmology themes ) are:
Journey to the Interior (2013) large work  Bungle Bungle moon (2015) triptych
Ghan (2008) large work  Interior Moon (2015) triptych
Heads in a landscape (2015) triptych Artesian (2015)triptych 


All works in the Triptych series are gouache / mixed media. Each triptych is a unique work

The dimensions of each image in this triptych are 12cm x 16cm (unframed) and  23cm x 28cm (framed)Although they are shown below closely juxtaposed, each is in a separate frame and so they may be hung with space between the images.

The triptychs may be purchased online for $AU 1,000. The purchase price includes all three images in the triptych and the frames (if requested).
John Webb: Old Rocks (2015) framed triptych