Joshua Yeldham | The Tongue Has No Bone
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The Tongue Has No Bone

opzioni digitali strategia masaniello Driving up to Joshua Yeldham’s home studio on Sydney’s northern beaches, the road curves and meanders alongside the Hawkesbury River, today turquoise and glistening in the midday sun. Yeldham’s ‘studio forest’ among the gum trees is in keeping with his whole ‘raison d’etre’ of immersing himself in nature. This filmmaker turned artist creates works that cross boundaries between art and craft, painting and sculpture, landscape and abstraction. The source of his inspiration is his surrounding environment – Yeldham journeys up river by boat exploring the gullies and creeks, sandstone cliffs and rock surfaces, bird life and mangroves, which he then translates in a type of creative alchemy into remarkable images. These topographical visions are slowly built up by painting, rubbing, sanding and carving onto board and fibreglass – creating both vast and panoramic, intimate and intricate views of nature.

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buy discount tastylia (tadalafil) online His physical and visual journeys over the past decade have taken him on solo expeditions through the inland desert of NSW, to the fertile river regions on the Eastern seaboard. Yeldham’s eloquent and masterful artworks constantly push new boundaries; yet always convey an ongoing reverence for the forces of nature and cycles of life. Drawing on the devotional ceremonies and rituals of Eastern mysticism, he attempts to convey a kind of spiritual communion with the natural world, which can then be shared with the viewer.'A=0  

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watch Joshua Yeldham – Artistic Sharman, Artist Profile, Issue 13 (2010) written by Victoria Hynes

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