Catalogue > Rod Cassidy Recent Paintings
A narrative and whimsical interpretation of the John Oxley 1824 Journal describing his exploration of the Brisbane River up to Mt Crosby (Belle Vue Mountain) and his encounters with the Turrbal and Jagera People of Meean-jin (Brisbane). The works present a lyrical and romantic observation of Oxley's struggle with the landscape, the river and his boat. For me, the Oxley Saga in his boat is a metaphor for life - its meaning changes with the density of the lines, the combination of colours mixed - colours have vitality. Like Life! To see the works - go to www.rod.cassidy.com
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