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Lutwyche & Kedron Park Road, Kedron
3rd-13th November, 2022


Pamela Gough

a contemporary Australian Narrative Landscape Artist
Connecting with the Spirit and history through Visual Arts
My work celebrates the stories behind old character buildings and places in the landscape,
using historical maps, celtic symbolism scratched in to reveal connections to the past and
a sense of place in our everyday Australia.  

"Beneath what we can see are the dreams and plans of those who have gone before us.
hose who lived and loved and walked on the land we are blessed with today. 

         " From the whimsical houses dancing on the ridges to the strong texture of corrugated roofs, fence palings  and
ancient symbols, Pam paints a narrative on canvas. " Bill Metcalf - Brisbane History Group.
I acknowldge  the State Library of Queensland (John Oxley Collection), Department of Environment and Resource management (DERM) and Qld and NSW State Archives for their assistance in researching colonial maps and permission and copyright have been obtained by them for the respective images. 
            I love being a tourist in my own town."  (c) 2006  

Follow me on Instagram @pamelagoughart