Shane Duniam

'Hanging Rock Diptych'

ink on canvas

'Hanging Rock'

 from ascension

- the extension of the Tropical Fruits NYE festival Art Exhibition 2012 -

January 2013

'Pear, 2 of 4'

from It's a Queer Life - January 2010

from Open Doors - July 2009

'Colour Field'

Oil on canvas

from Scarlet - June 2009


acrylic on Belgian linen

from Scarlet - June 2007


from Vollies May 2007

Held in February 2007, a Shane Duniam exhibition entitled

Reconciliation: A Journey of Spirit

was the Serpentine Community Gallery's

very first solo showcase of a member's artworks.

Having left Brisbane as disaffected city-dwellers,

Shane and his partner spent three years in Mimili,

a tiny Central Australian township.

"It was fantastic - unbelievably beautiful.

 And green - with mulga trees (wattles) and red river gums. I expected a big dry dust bowl,"

he said of the local area.

During this time Shane first met someone from the stolen generation,

and also learned of his own Aboriginal heritage.

Reconciliation: A Journey of Spirit

"is my response to the landscape and the journey I've been on,"

said Shane.


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