Brolga and Other Lands: ‘A blanket of fresh water covers the flood plain, a Brolga family fly in to feed – it is the wet season… be still…. listen to the country around you, it speaks of harmony between land, sky and bird, breathe, be in the now…….as soon, this too will pass.’
Suzy’s use of orbs and fluid forms interwoven with the natural forms we recognise, such as trees and birds, evoke a more profound sense of understanding of the earth. These pieces are a snapshot of another world, another place, another way. Composed of oils and inks, Suzy explores the landscape that has been the backdrop to her fortunate life. Recognised for her archival technique of creating fine art on shimmering aluminium panels, her work is modern and slimline. The paint presents differently on the aluminium. Under lights, these works come alive, and they appear to be lit from within. Flecked with gold, the complex colour layers have visual depth. These flowing landscapes draw the viewer in with startling colours and drifting lines to reveal what sits just outside of what we know.