Finalist Tattersall’s Landscape Prize
Much of the time, dog park is empty of people. Tall trees and birdsong conceal the fact that the park lies within a highly urbanised inner-city suburb. I often wonder what ensues when no one is around. This painting is not an observation of an event, but my imagining of dogs and of this space. The only actuality is the painting.
Oil on linen, 83 x 136 cm