Karst or limestone landscapes are unique because the limestone bedrock is literally dissolving away. Karst landscapes produced from weathering limestone have many distinctive features that affect the soil, rock outcrop, topography, and in some cases vegetation. This series of paintings examines karst landscapes of Southern NSW, Australia.
At Blue Waterholes in Kosciuszko National Park, there are the most extensive and varied karst landscapes in NSW. Alpine meadows with occasional sinkholes occur close to spectacular gorges carved by rivers through limestone strata.
This painting is one of four depicting the Blue Waterholes landscape.
Multiple MDF sheets cut and carved to produced partial 3D features, acrylic paint and media.