A piece of art by John Wolesely

John Wolseley was influenced to capture nature's beauty on paper after he had spent some time with Aboriginal people who helped him understand the Australian landscape from a different perspective.

"Concerning the wading birds of the Warrnambool wetlands" John Wolseley 2012 Size: 1.8m x 1.9m Materials: wool, cotton Weavers: Chris Cochius, Pamela Joyce, Milena Paplinska. Australian Tapestry Workshop. #tapestry

"Concerning the wading birds of the Warrnambool wetlands" John Wolseley 2012 Size: x Materials: wool, cotton Weavers: Chris Cochius, Pamela Joyce, Milena Paplinska.

Regardless of generation or art practice, John Wolseley has been broadly considered the winner in terms of draughtsmanship, impact and intelligence. Description from theage.com.au. I searched for this on bing.com/images

There are a many exciting works by young contemporary artists in this exhibition, but John Wolseley takes the prize.

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"Fire and Water - Moths, Swamps and Lava Flows of the Hamilton Region" John Wolseley 2010 Size: 2 x 3 m Materials: wool, cotton Weavers: Chris Cochius, Milly Formby, Pamela Joyce.

A detailed image from the wonderful work of John Wolseley - Australian artist with an amazing eye for the landscape.

A detailed image from the wonderful work of John Wolseley - Australian artist with an amazing eye for the landscape.

John Wolseley, artist, emerges as a lyrical poet and a prophet

John Wolseley’s exhibition Heartlands and Headwaters, which opened last month at the National Gallery of Victoria, may be the most important exhibition about art and the environment to be held in Australia for a generation.

John Wolseley - The Wood, The World, and The Parrot, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2006 - Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

John Wolseley - The Wood, The World, and The Parrot, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, 2006 - Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

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