Every night I fall asleep watching the moon through the Red Box trees. They are my blanket.
My house is surrounded by foxes. One night I couldn't sleep and a fox came to my window. he couldn't see me but was 20 centimetres away from my face. His black silhouette is still with me and they appear in these prints. I find the foxes beautiful, but can not make peace with them. They were introduced from Europe in the 1830s to Australia, and their destruction to our ecology has been profound. They are not unlike us humans.
This is the start of a new series of prints for a show in October at the Eltham Library with fellow artists Libby Schreiber, Maria Barbaro and Kylie Sirett. The theme for this exhibition is 'material things.'