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… become motionless, we are elsewhere; we are dreaming in a world that is immense. Indeed, immensity is the movement of motionless man. It is one of the dynamic characteristics of quiet daydreaming. [i]


[i]  Gaston Bachelard The Poetics of Space Trans. Maria Jolas  Beacon Press 1994

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Vision through the Arch 1994

122 x 102 cm      Oil on Canvas.     $5000

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Vision of a Bell. 1994

107 x 84 cm          Oil on Canvas.         $4500


Dream of Moving Chimneys

137 x 91 cm           Oil on Canvas            $9,000


Dream Wandering 1995

200 x 120  cm.      Oil on Canvas.     $5000


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Moon Rising     2012

120 x 200 cm         Oil on Canvas.                $5000

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Pirate Ship

Oil on Canvas         NFS


Immensity is Within Ourselves. 2014

Oil on Canvas    90 x 120 cm           $5500


And that which sings and contemplates in you is still dwelling within the

bounds of that first moment which scattered the stars into space.    Kahlil Gibran 

Oil on Canvas            120 x 220 cm                     $10,000


Bells and Dreams 1994

Oil on Canvas.        NFS

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Dream of Trees  1994

90 x 120 cm  Oil on Canvas.  $4500 


Dreamers in the National Park NSW  2002

82 x 92 cm.                 Oil on Canvas.                           $4000

In this image I was trying to communicate a sense of  a dream I had after going for a midnight walk in the Royal National Park south of Sydney in Australia


Dream of a Man and a Cart 1999

110 x 90 cm.      Oil on Canvas                      $1800


Room with a view?   1999

105cm x 80cm.       Oil on Canvas                   $1800


Fire in the the Mist  2001

46 x 41 cm.            Oil on Canvas                        $400


Lion in a Willow Dream 1995

36 x 46 cm              Oil on Canvas                  $500

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