In world mythologies cloud-crowned mountains have represented an elevation above the mundane nature of everyday life.
They were the abode of the gods and divine power. For spiritual aspirants the way up was obscured in veils of mist.
The aim within my landscapes is to portray places of profound quietude that encourage the mind to rise aloft, to be aware of the transience of all things: the illusion of any notion of permanence.
2015 – Bachelor of Visual Arts SCU Lismore
2011 – Studied Diploma in Fine Arts at Murwillumbah T.A.F.E
2017 – Clouds, Mist and Other Illusions Anthea Polson Art
2015 – Energy Never Dies Percolator Gallery Paddington Brisbane
2015 – Remembered Landscapes, The White Jade Pottsville
2015 – Universal Energy, Fit Hit Studio Coolangatta, QLD
2014 – ‘Moodscapes’ Waterside Artspace Currumbin
2013 – E-Scapes, Kartel Cabarita