1. Wam Wardanup/Strangers on the Shore, Installation of 'Waterline' in front of Kelsey Ashe/Sandra Harben's work photo Laetitia Wilson HAC 2022
2. Installation of 'Waterline' in front of Kelsey Ashe/Sandra Harben's and Anna Nazarri's work photo Laetitia Wilson HAC 2022
3. Waterline installation, 10 metres x 3 m x 3 m burnt Jarrah
4. Table made with burnt Jarrah and covered with 100 yr old Chinese silk shawl 120 x 120 cm
5. Tenacity rudder in front of paintings sourced from the abandoned boat yard at Woodman's Point
6. Wam Wardanup/Strangers on the Shore, Holmes A Court Gallery Tenacity rudder in front of works by Johnny Bulun Bulun in HAC collection
7. Wreck of the Airlie #1 (1899) 2022 150 x 150 cm oil on canvas, sold
8. Wreck of the Airlie #2 (1899) 2022 150 x 150 cm oil on canvas, $6,600
9. Den, by Cherish Marrington
10. Video of seal and seal made with David Cherrin Seal courtesy WA Museum
11. Video of Agnes figurehead speaking and seal made with David Cherrin
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13. The Agnes Figurehead WA Museum ( see video link)
14. Holmes a court, various

Strangers on the Shore/Wam Wardanup

1. Wreck of the Airlie #1 (1899), oil on canvas 150 x 150 cm - $6,600
2. Wreck of the Airlie #2 (1899), oil on canvas, 150 x 150 cm - $6,600
3. Video Agnes by David Cherrin and Jo Darbyshire 2022- https://youtu.be/ahdDylM5Pdo
4. Installation- Waterline; burnt Jarrah wood, Chinese shawl c.1890, ‘Tenacity‘ rudder, found object, abandoned boatshed Woodman’s Point.
5. Australian Fur Seal, kindly loaned by WA Museum

 

Acknowledgements:

Corioli Souter, A/Head Maritime Heritage, Jessica Green, Maritime Heritage and Kenny Travouillon, Curator of Mammalogy, Western Australian Museum,

Chloe Guy, Project Support Officer, Maritime, Department of Transport (WA)

Nigel Darbyshire, Shaun Souter, Alan Shortt

Art Collective WA

The State of Western Australia through the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries- Department of Culture and the Arts