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In this work, Tim Jones imagines a martian landscape. It is mining country in outback Australia, overlooked by a twisting crane – a stairway to tempestuous skies. Jones is an established wood-engraver, sculptor and artist. He has exhibited across the National Gallery of Victoria, Mornington Peninsula Gallery and Deakin University. In his work, Jones captures the essence of solitary thought – mystery and illusion abounds. There is almost an eerie quality, reminiscent of the untouched landscapes he inhabited as a boy in Celtic Wales. For collectors of paintings and contemporary Australian art, ‘The car in Australasia’, represented at the National Gallery of Australia is a striking find.
Tim JONES (1962 - )'The car in Australasia' 1986woodblock on paperEdition of 30Image Size: 7 x 12 cm Dimensions: 30 x 21 cm Signed: Signed, dated, titled, and numbered in pencil in margin below image: 3/30 The Car in Asuetul asia Jones 86’Comes with Letter of ProvenanceImpressions of this work are represented at the National Gallery of Victoria, accession number: P62-1986 and Hamilton Gallery, no accession number available.
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