Travel Buildings (if you want it) etc

Detroit 2016


   Against the World (Detroit)
     2016
     Acrylic on perspex
     80 x 91 cm


     Against the World (Detroit)
     2016
     Acrylic on perspex
     80 x 91 cm


     Against the World (Detroit)
     2016
     Acrylic on perspex
     80 x 91 cm

Mistint Buildings - Residency in Alice Springs, Northern Territory 2016



     Basketball Centre (love whatever it takes), Yuendumu
     2016
     Acrylic on perspex
     127 x 70 cm


     Baptist Church, Yuendumu
     2016
     Acrylic on perspex
     115 x 79 cm


     Mortuary, Hermannsburg
     2016
     Acrylic on perspex
     96 x 91 cm



     Spirituality Centre, Santa Teresa
     2016
     Acrylic on perspex
     82 x 80 cm



     Stadium, Santa Teresa
     2016
     Acrylic on perspex
     90 x 78 cm



     Recreation Centre, Santa Teresa
     2016
     Acrylic on perspex
     86 x 86 cm



Donger - Church, Clinic & Pharmacy, Hermannsburg
2016
   Acrylic on masonite
   43 x 30 cm each

Stayed Home - exhibition at Raft South


Exhibition runs August 11 - September 10
Raft South, Level 1/30 Argyle Street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia




































Healing Cross, 2015
Acrylic on wood, 56 x 70 x 13cm

STAYED HOME - recent works by Tobias Richardson (VIC).

'Stayed Home' brings together a series of drawings, paintings and sculptures of buildings and built forms, created during travels and residencies through Australia and North Africa. 


View all the works here: 
http://www.raftartspace.com.au/tobias-richardson-stayed-home/


Studio works, Blue Mountains


























Springwood Baptist Church
2015
Acrylic on paper
225 x 150cm


Water Towers Katoomba 
2015
Acrylic on board
60 x 40cm


Crypt Rookwood
2015
Acrylic on paper
200 x 150cm


Grotto Katoomba
2015
Acrylic and enamel on board
122 x 91cm


Gospel Hall Katoomba
2015
Acrylic and enamel on board
122 x 91cm


Alpine Motor Inn Katoomba
2015
Acrylic and enamel on board
78 x 81cm

North African Clay Buildings















All images by Fiona Morrison, 2016

Stranger in a Strange Land



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The sculpture installation Stranger in a Strange Land is characterised by its interaction with the built elements at Scenic World; a world where visitors comfortably view and transect a wild setting. Boardwalks, trains, a cable car, lookouts and storm shelters nurture and guide visitors during their temporary exile into this wilderness.

The wooden sculpture scaffolds and intercepts a simple storm shelter and asks visitors to look away from the trees for a moment and consider their place here. The storm shelter has become became active.


What is true is that art is multi-layered, and endless possible meanings can be conjured up from reading this work. Perhaps the sculpture is a broken train track going round and round with the ghosts of past miners, or an exoskeleton, or a comment on architecture, or a childhood memory, or a didactic postmodern discourse that tries to elucidates the paradoxical nature of art – either way it is always strange.

Sculpture at Scenic World, Blue Mountains 2014

All images by Martin Kirkwood.



  

On The Beach

Galérie Éthiopiques, Saint-Louis, Senegal 
(11-25 August, 2014)






Above images by Fiona Morrison.















































Above images by Hayley West.