NO BRIDGE TOO FAR... | GALLERY 1855 | TEA TREE GULLY | 2017

The first of two exhibitions with fellow artist James Parker on the theme of Bridges of South Australia; their physical presence and how they affect and influence their immediate world around them.

Having spent two years travelling throughout the state photographing and sketching the bridges we present this exhibition. For me they are mainly pen and ink or coloured pencil drawings. It also includes a large map and photograph wall of our discoveries and an actual bridge.

  • “Alberton Railway Station Bridge” 300 x 400mm.Pen & Ink.
  • “The Burra Bridge.” Pen & Ink Drawing.
  • “The Children’s Footbridge, Strathalbyn.” 300 x 200mm. Pen Ink
  • “The University Footbridge, Adelaide.” 300 x 400mm Pen Ink.
  • “The Hackney Road Bridge.” 420 x 270mm Pen & Ink.
  • “The Old Cornerstone Bridge, Mitcham.” 200x 300. pen & ink
  • “ Paringa Bridge, Paringa.” 300 x 400mm. pen & ink.
  • “The Aldgate Railway Bridge, Aldgate.” 300 x400mm. pen & ink
  • “The Old Railway Bridge, North Burra.” 400 x 600 mm Coloured Pencil
  • The Bridge Installation.
  • The Gallery wall.
  • “The Photo Map Wall.” 280 photos and state map.
  • old Cornerstone Mitcham
  • Old Railway Bridge , Burra