Amanda Walker’s work primarily consists of drawing and photography, creating multi-layered works that interweave a narrative of an emerging landscape with history, duration and geological time.  Her actions of repetition and layering respond to fragments of experiences brought together to recall or suggest our movement within the landscape.
Amanda completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Deans Roll of Excellence with Honours at the University of Tasmania 2012. Her most recent exhibition was in collaboration with scientists from the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, Tasmania. Directly responding to their research helped her to understand that there are limits to our knowledge, and as habitat and species are lost forever, monitoring, measuring, preservation and protection are critical to survival. Through her work, Amanda continues to seek to understand the connections that emerge between the vulnerability of the landscape and our connectedness with nature.

Please Note:
Some images are made to order and require 10-15 days for printing & framing from order/purchase date. Images purchased directly from the gallery wall can be collected directly from Wild Island at the end of the exhibition. Alternatively, we can arrange for shipping via courier within Australia for an additional freightage cost. 
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