RECENT WORKS

As an artist I am constantly striving to find new and exciting ways to portray an emotional response to the enviroment I live in. 

 

Combining techniques and art mediums allows me to explore and develop

 

My most recent works will be displayed on this page with a brief discription of the methods used. 

Enquiries can be made on my contact page.

Marilyn Barrington image 1. for Spotligh

Tail of Two Cockies  encaustic painting on ply 93cm x 94cm   $2900.

Is based on A Dreamtime Story.

In the Dreaming Ngo-lak the white tailed Carnaby's Cockatoo was defending Dwert -Dingo who was attacking Djiti -Willie Wagtail. Mulal - the Swamp hen took a reed and struck Ngo-lak across the back who spread his tail in defence. Mulal threw red sap from the reed at Ngo-lak's tail staining it red.  Ngo-lak became so hoarse from screaming his cry "karrak" instead of Carnaby's call "wola" then he became Karrak- The Red-tailed Cockatoo.

 

I have used the medium encaustic wax to paint with and ink paint and pastel to work this dreamlike interpretation. the veil of textural both tactile & visual give movement to the painting.   This work was on display in my gallery during the Southern Art & Craft Trail in the Southwest of W.A. and received many good reviews.  It is available by contacting me email alandma@westnet.com.au

MILAPUKALA THE COCKATOO-WOMAN encaustic
Transforming encaustic multi media on pl
CALLING THE SPIRIT PEOPLE encaustic mult
Blameless encaustic multi media on ply $
Destructive Pair encaustic multi media o
Cockatoo Female encaustic multi media on
Cockatoo Male encaustic multi media on p
RETURN OF THE MAGPIES I acrylic on canva
RETURN OF THE MAGPIES II acrylic on canv
Just Curious encaustic multi media on pl