Archibald Prize Wynne 2018 finalist: Bay of sorrow – Hawkesbury River by Joshua Yeldham
I paint in my tinny. I carve with a belt sander the tides of the Hawkesbury and eat away like a termite into the raw linen, lifting pulp between the eucalypts.
The Work of Joshua Yeldham | CrispMe
I'll let this brief extract explain the work of Joshua Yeldham, as I believe that I would fall in my quest for the perfect words to describe Joshua's work: Joshua Yeldham’s work is a mapping of multiple realities. It charts the artist’s travels among the mangroves, the disused oyster leases and along the salty foreshores near Pittwater. Yeldham’s cartography moves within this world and without. He is not limited by the materiality of reaching tree limbs or the muddy matter of swamps. His…
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Drawing inspiration from a deep spiritual bond with the Australian landscape Joshua Yeldham creates detailed, stylistic studies of his natural