Fence and Two Joggers

66 x 56 cms 2011

Commissioned as a Birthday Gift


The person who commissioned this work gave me a free choice of subject, so I started from a pair of trees on a hillside up above Appila Creek and a bound-up fencepost on a nearby property. Having spent some time up in the Flinders Ranges, revisiting the sheepyards' termite-ridden posts down Glass Gorge near Blinman I used this beautiful, fragile skeleton.

Like the previous painting using transparent figures, the joggers are indefinite, running briefly through a solid landscape.

As this was commissioned for a birthday, the price is left out.


**There are more notes on the joggers in the Compare Use of Joggers page and the fence in the Fences page.