title Twenty-nine days, Tasman Bay
medium Acrylic on formed acrylic
dimensions 2.3 x 12.5 m
review Meditative mixture

Painted from a vantage point overlooking Tasman Bay, this work references the atmospheric light and colour of each day in a twenty-nine day lunar cycle. One of the 4-pod formations was painted each day creating a direct visual reference to the artist's experience and observation of the passing days during a lunar month.

As a whole this work takes on a striking form suggestive of the geometry of nature and its Pacific location. Underlying this is the artist's intention to establish a discussion about the 'time-poor' nature of contemporary existence and our constructed sense of time, versus the continual transitions inherent in the earth's natural rhythms.