© C J Lewis. Shot taken around 1976 on Nikon SLR 35mm film camera. Negative scanned to computer. This is a mud hut built in early 1900’s around Trunkey Creek, north west NSW.

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australian scene, blackberry bush, bw, c j lewis artist, landscape, mud hut, sleepers, trees

1975-‘78 Worked at Phillip Baxter Photography.
1978 Fine Art at East Sydney Technical Collage (National Arts School).
1980-1984 EMI Studios 301 recording studios – I also write lyrics & compose music.
Many solo & group exhibitions over the years.
1995 won Highly Commended award from BMCAC.
Poetry awards from Int’l Library of Poetry – works published.
Works in private collections worldwide.
Worked & studied internationally (U.K. & U.S.A.) from 1978-’87.

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  • Vicky Brago-Mitchell
    Vicky Brago-Mi...over 6 years ago

    Very fine.

  • lol…I’d hate to live there:)

    – C J Lewis

  • Vicky Brago-Mitchell
    Vicky Brago-Mi...over 6 years ago

    My brother lives in a cabin like that.

  • A cabin like that would be ok as long as it isn’t full of blackberry bushes as that one was…too many snakes around for my liking :)

    – C J Lewis

  • Vicky Brago-Mitchell
    Vicky Brago-Mi...over 6 years ago

    You’re right, I can’t see inside this one! My brother’s is very comfortable.

  • Love wooden cabins…such homely comfort…am sure you’re brothers is very comfy and homely :)

    – C J Lewis

  • Vicky Brago-Mitchell
    Vicky Brago-Mi...over 6 years ago

    Even has hot running water now. (My sister-in-law got a bad back after 25 years of carrying water.)

  • 25 yrs carrying water….wow…I’d have a bad back too…lol. Glad they finally got the hot water on:)

    – C J Lewis

  • Vicky Brago-Mitchell
    Vicky Brago-Mi...over 6 years ago

    Gail (my sister-in-law) was very grateful.

  • LOL…I think I would be too under the circumstances :)

    – C J Lewis

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