Presented by Salon Art Projects in association with Spinifex Arts Project
Timo Hogan does not paint the picture. He paints the story. And the story is the big picture. He calmly applies the paint to Lake Baker with the quiet authority of someone recreating the country they know intimately.
At Lake Baker, to the north of traditional Spinifex Lands, Timo tells of the religion within the landscape and the inhabitants that made it so. He surveys the Wati Kutjara Tjukurpa (Two Men Creation Line) of his birthright and brings this into focus on the two-dimensional plane for all to see.
Image Timo Hogan, Lake Baker, 2021, acrylic on linen.
- Courtesy Spinifex Arts Project
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