Wednesday, January 27, 2010
In 1818, January 26 became an official holiday, marking the 30th anniversary of British settlement in Australia. Australia became a sovereign nation, it became the national holiday known as Australia Day. In modern times, Australia Day serves both as a day of celebration for the founding of the white British settlement, and as a day of mourning for the Aborigines who gradually had their land taken away as white colonization spread across the continent.
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Abstract drawings and acrylic paintings on stretched canvas. Some 34" x 26".