This is a re-working of an image I made in the eighties following a trip to a wild national park in SE Australia, on the coast at Thurra River.

What struck me was the sheer size of the dunes with their fragile skin of vegetation constantly being eroded by the river below.

The original was a watercolour and an edition of prints was later created by the tusche method of painting direct to the silk screen with gum acacia. This iteration is a scan of the screen print, re-worked in photoshop with stylus.

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thurra river, sand, dune, australian art, river, australia, coast, trees, landscape, sea, coastal scrub, national park, kim lynch

I started screen printing in my Grannie’s shed when I was an Art Student, making posters for my bands the Red Onions and the Loved Ones. Turned my hand to painting, printmaking, graphic art and multimedia over many years. Here are some images and themes that interest me.

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