Richard Dunlop


29 December, 2020

Salamanca Place, Battery Point TAS

“The meaning of my work will probably reside in the accumulation of images over time. I’m keen to make things that don’t exist and hope that they resonate with other souls. That’s it. Call it a serialised autobiographical narrative, a visual diary, a personal evolving garden, a small cathedral or whatever ancestors tried to create.  I know that enough people will get it in time.”
Richard Dunlop 1992