4 steel plate etching and aquatint on Stonehenge paper and recycled survey plan.
36 × 36 cm

A work inspired by a recent visit to the small ex-Hydro town of Waddamana in the central highlands of Tasmania.

This was my first arrangement of the print. I decided it needed more strata to convey the sense of passing time and history. The final version can be seen here.


  • Jason Michaels
    Jason Michaelsover 5 years ago

    Simply awesome juxtaposition of techniques, textures and colors. This goes direct to the “must own” list.

  • Thanks Jason. I have a few works in this series, but still playing around with their compositions. Will post some more when I am finally happy with them. Cheers, Brett

    – brettus

  • Marion Chapman
    Marion Chapmanover 5 years ago

    love the way you merge the layers! fabulous printmaking!!

  • Marion Chapman
    Marion Chapmanover 5 years ago

  • DAMcD
    DAMcDover 5 years ago

    Excellent. Looking forward to those that pass scrutiny. Or are ‘abandoned’ as someone once said of all artwoks.

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaover 5 years ago


  • Steve Leadbeater
    Steve Leadbeaterover 5 years ago

    The township has so much character

  • Varinia   - Globalphotos
    Varinia - Gl...over 5 years ago

    Amazing work !

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorover 5 years ago

    I’m blown away, love this …

  • Thanks Karin : )

    – brettus

  • Bekyy93
    Bekyy93over 5 years ago

    i really really like this!!
    awesome work :)

  • Trystan  Mitchell
    Trystan Mitchellabout 5 years ago

    Really striking and beautiful piece….taken with all of your painting :))

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