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John Edwards: A Painted Journey

Where
Artsite Gallery
Artsite Gallery
165 Salisbury Road, Camperdown NSW 2050
Salisbury Road and Corner St Marys Street
When

Weekends, 11am to 5pm Saturday 10 April to Sunday 2 May

My current body of work, 'A Painted Journey', is increasingly 'secretive' - the hideout of Captain Thunderbolt is receding more and more into the landscape, a part of the mythology surrounding Thunderbolts exploits. 

Legend and fact entwine, romanticising the nature of the man as bushranger...  the image of Captain Thunderbolt as a champion of the poor, almost a ‘Robin Hood’ figure, re-interprets some of his activities as he becomes known as the ‘Gentleman Bushranger’.

John Edwards – April, 2021

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