Just back in Australia after ten days in Indonesia. First two days were spent cross-legged on a rattan mat in a batik studio learning traditional batik methods using beeswax and a tjanting (pictured). While staying in Yogjakarta went to see the Ramayana performed in traditional Javanese style and was mesmerised... Indonesia is truly an amazing place from being woken at 4.30am by the call to prayer, the shoals of motorbikes on the streets, Borobodur (pictured), traditional dancing at the sultan's palace (pictured) to drinking ginger tea and more tofu than I have ever had in my life...oh and durian....that is a whole other story...
National Gallery of Australia (part of a folio On A Roll and Vario), National Library of Wales, National Museum & Gallery of Wales, Queensland State Library, National Art Library Collection, State Library of Victoria, Resim ve Heykel Müzesi, Istanbul, Turkey
Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England, James Cook University
University of Hawai'i at Manoa USA, National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum,
Rockhampton Regional Gallery, Artspace Mackay, Fryer Library, University of Queensland, Australian National University, PM&D Book Studio, International Drawing Research Institute, UNSW, Rockhampton Regional Gallery (part of a folio Vario)
Baillieu Library, University of Melbourne