CARLY le CERF
I travel each year into the Pilbara to immerse myself in its Ancient Landscape. Exploring ideas around previous occupants and incarnations of a landscape. In this particular spot, Chomp Hill (just West of Parabadoo, WA), I have spent many a morning considering these ideas. Spellbound by the layers of history patinaed into the rock face and the unseen energy celebrating the ecological importance in every crevice.
It has taken me some time to figure out that authentic expression of the landscape isn’t just about ‘looking and putting’. It must be a reflection of an intimacy acquired over time with a place. Making multiple studies of a particular landscape, helps me to understand and then impart the beauty and story of that place.
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