Drawing from a deep spiritual affiliation with the land and a reverential love of nature, Johsua Yeldham’s art practice forms a complex interplay between narrative and myth, imagination and experience. Working across painting, photography, drawing and sculpture, the artist has developed a singular aesthetic that often conflates these various mediums, such as his characteristic oil paintings with sculptural assemblages on board or his pierced and carved photographs. His distinctive visual language fuses the physical elements of the landscape with the metaphysical modalities of history and mythology.
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- Owls of Kyoto
- Surrender Book Launch + Carved Prints + Photography
- Important Early Works
- Surrender Tree
- River Song
- Hawkesbury River: Motherland