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By Sally Stokes

acrylic on canvas
30x41cm framed

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"Our place on the river is not accessible in low tide, so we watch the ever-changing light as the tides ebb and glow; the oyster beds appearing and disappearing; the moon and sun changing our perceptions; our connections to this ancient land. Middens and rock engravings enhance ancient human connections to this place. It answers a sense of longing, our joy, awe and discomfort of the very nature we are part of. That push/pull of connection and understanding of what our place is in this world."

Sally Stokes is a Sydney based abstract landscape artist who works from her studio amongst the angophoras in Dural and her boatshed studio in a remote part of the Hawkesbury river. Sally has completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Masters of Analytical Psychology. She studied art at Hornsby TAFE and East Sydney TAFE (The National Art School). She has had twenty two solo shows and numerous group shows. She has been a Finalist in the Sulman prize and the Salon des Refusés and her work has been acquired by many private collectors in Australia and internationally. She is also represented in Public Collections: Newcastle Art Gallery, Artbank, Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre and Hawkesbury Regional Gallery. Sally was the winner of the Muswellbrook Art Prize, 2021.