Aboriginal artist Wayne Quilliam’s atmospheric photography challenges the disconnect of human spirit from physical the form. Quilliam’s translucent ‘Lowanna‘ (beautiful woman) series metamphorises the concept of body and earth then investigates the psychological implications of the human habitat. Wayne’s inclusive and exquisitely realised artwork is steeped in sensitivity.
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