Ross Andrews

Three entries.

Our natural environment

Fire’s On — Southern Tablelands 2020 | 2020 | Acrylic | 40cm x 40cm | A sunstruck home dreams on in a snug Southern Highlands town, January 2020. There’s trouble in the background. The work references Streeton’s ‘Fire’s On’. This painting, like Streeton’s, experiments with vertical composition and a high horizon line to bring focus to the home’s high-set position | $460

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Ross Andrews Fires
Our built environment — in our country, region, city, society, local community or our homes

Red Star Falling — Clear Range 2020 | 2020 | Acrylic on panel | 60cm x 60cm | The painting’s composition compels the eye up the glowing summer-yellow grass flanks of a sleeping hillside. Trouble’s falling from the sky. Normally peaceful bushwalking destinations like Clear Range, Horse Gully Hut and Upper Left Hand Creek came under ember attack during January’s fires in the neighbouring Namadgi National Park | $492

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Ross ANDREWS Red Star Falling Clear Range
Our own inner and physical being

For You | 2020 | Acrylic | 40cm x 40cm | Analogous colours construct the values and shadow structure of sunlit Red Delicious Apples at Fyshwick Markets.  An apple a day helps brain health and combats memory decline. It protects against diabetes and cancer, and its soluble fibre reduces cholesterol, assists in weight loss and gut health | $340

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Ross Andrews For you