203. Woodbridge china
Acrylics on birch panel 40cm h x 30cm w
Pieces of soft-edged sea glass and china emerge from the bank where inhabitants used to tip their refuse, and migrate across a stoney beach into the D'Entrecasteaux Channel at Woodbridge in Tasmania. A bit further along where a creek emerges stone tools also litter the beach, left by even earlier inhabitants. In this painting you can see some of the fragments of china I found there, and the sky includes patterns from some of the pieces of glass.