A solitary bloom
bursts through the desert sand
Melbourne’s Henderson Road – street art – raw and unconstrained
Tags, Wildstyle, & Pieces
Colour in a grey world
view the gallery – click here
I have created a new page for Indigenous Art. This is a place where I hope to create a gallery of Rock Art as I encounter and record some of its images, and also, perhaps, some exciting contemporary artwork, even as it is created. I am ‘opening the gallery’ with some of my photographs from Arnhem Land.
Click here to access: Australian Indigenous Art
Click here to access: paintings and stories from the Western Desert
Click here to access: images from the Tanami Desert
Click here to access: images of Yuendumu, home of the Warlukurlangu Artists
The little church of San Martino del Vescovo (or dei Buonomini) is home to frescoes from the workshop of Ghirlandaio. The fresco cycle follows both the actions of St Martin of Tours and the work of the Buonomini confraternity in the local community.
I was fortunate enough to be visiting at a time when the frescoes had very recently been painstakingly refreshed.
The story of the mid-fifteenth-century lay confraternity of the Dodici Buonimini, or Twelve Good Men, is a fascinating tale…