Max Darby: The Grampians in Fog

These photographs were taken by Max Darby in 2014


This series of photographs of The Grampians (known also by its Aboriginal name of Gariwerd) in Western Victoria, were taken in fog. They were part of my exhibition based on interpretations of that geographical area in quite different climatic conditions. The exhibition included these photographs and a series of paintings primarily of the area during fire. Both series of works were exhibited at Gallery 69 in Smith St. Collingwood during March 2014.


The Grampians are known for their outstanding natural beauty and for being being one of the richest indigenous rock art sites in south-eastern Australia.


The painting from this exhibition have been included in the gallery on this website immediately following this one. It is tilted Max Darby: The Grampians in Fire.



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