Young Aboriginal Man
This painting represents me when I was younger, separated from my parents. The gap between the cliffs represents separation. When painting this landscape, I wanted to include perspective. So the Aboriginal hunter is further off in the distance, standing back taking everything in. The family of dingoes are watching the sunset together. The landscape reminds me of a camping spot I went to as a kid, Devils Kitchen. I used to go caving there with friends. The cave was massive, you could fit the whole prison unit in there.
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