I created this work during my recent art residency as part of my 'Gondwanan Biochromes' series of rainforest flora, with focus on Gondwanan lineage plants. When walking in the forest you can appreciate Triunia's flowers sweet-spiced scent.
In 2022 Binna Burra Lodge invited me to create my signature biochrome images on the Binna Burra Cultural Landscape, as the inaugural Artist-in-Residence (AiR) in the legacy of Vida Lahey, a prominent Queensland artist and educator (1882 – 1968), and I was greatly honoured to receive this opportunity.
Located on the Yugambeh language groups’ country, in the World Heritage area of Woonoongoora / Lamington National Park in Queensland - Binna Burra allows visitors to experience unique flora, of which ancestral lineages go back to Gondwanaland millions of years ago.
The Gondwanan Biochromes series was first exhibited at Binna Burra Pottery Shed in December 2022.