Thunderbolt's Rock by Jason Moad

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Thunderbolt’s Rock, named for the famous bushranger, is a real place just the Armidale side of Uralla. I’ve reworked the real details of the location somewhat, particularly editing out a picnic bench that actually stands between the rock and the viewer. The sky is invented and it is the first and, so far, only time I’ve based my palette around purple, yellow and green. I still really fond of this painting and I later returned to a similar them with “The History Wars.”

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atmosphere, australian, landscape, oil, rock, uralla

Comments

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneabout 7 years ago

    I like it too, that sky is just right!

  • Shauna  Noble
    Shauna Noblealmost 7 years ago

    great work ! the rock forms are just so expressive

  • Hazel Wallace
    Hazel Wallaceover 6 years ago

    I live in Uralla and have to say you’ve done a fine job of good ole Thunderbolts Rock. The grafitti is still there – apparently even the grafitti is of historical significance so they don’t wash it off.

  • lilleesa78
    lilleesa78over 3 years ago

    excellent artwork, very sharp and refreshingly reminds me of salvador dali, don’t know why

  • terezadelpilar~ art & architecture
    terezadelpilar...over 1 year ago

    superb!

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