Hell here Now – the Gallipoli diary of Alfred Cameron

The painting Hell Here Now shows the Turkish landscape at Gallipoli occupied by ANZAC troops in 1915.  The painting includes quotes from the Gallipoli diary of Alfred Cameron, which is held in the Turnbull Library, and a quote from a Turkish solider Ismail Haaki. Like many young men Alfred Cameron could not wait to get […]

A Man Who Moved New Zealand

Harold Wellman and the alpine fault

Capital Times

These paintings are part of a group show at Suite Gallery Wellington that  featured works by Neil Pardington, Geoffrey Notman, Ans Westra, Barbara Strathdee, Bob Kerr and Ann Shelton. At the opening for this show a viewer came up to me and said, ‘The seven suitcases, that’s the seven ages of man, Right? A short time later […]