ink, charcoal tingle ink + wax on board (triptych)
102cm x 240cm x 2cm

Standing beside a giant Red Tingle (Eucalyptus jacksonii or dtingle dtingle) tree, with their towering presence and impressive girth make them awe-inspiring to behold.
‘Three’ reflects different faces of an ancient Red Tingle viewed from the south east, east south east and north east. As you stroll around its bell-bottomed shape, each facet provides a distinct viewpoint, showcasing a captivating microcosm of life on one side, one half sculptured by flames, while the other bears the scars of fire that has been hollowed out over time.

Within this artwork, the layers are enriched with ink pen sketches and tingle charcoal-infused ink washes, sealed in wax to introduce a sense of depth and imbue the piece with an ethereal, mist-like quality.