River journey all panels
1. River journey all panels River Journey painting (18 panels)
18 metres long x 270 cm High
photographer Tony Nathan
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Level 4 river journey painting
2. Level 4 river journey painting River Journey, oil paint and Marri Resin on canvas
18 metres long x 270 cm High
found on Level 4 Ceremonial courts
from right hand side
all photos Eva Fernandez
Level 4
3. Level 4 River Journey
left hand side
showing Swan River meeting the Indian Ocean at Fremantle
Level 4
4. Level 4 River Journey, middle section
showing Perth Waters and Banksia
Level 4
5. Level 4 River Journey, detail
source at Wooroloo Bridge
from right hand side
Level 4  zephyr
6. Level 4 zephyr River Journey, detail of Zephyr ferry, from Left Hand side
Level 3 zephyr digiglass
7. Level 3 zephyr digiglass Level 3 DigiGlass Panorama:The Changing Environment of the River 2016
Artists Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire,
Size 20 metres long x 40 cm High
Level 3
8. Level 3 Level 3 DigiGlass panorama, Detail:The Changing Environment of the River.
Artists Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire
The Swan River Trust regularly tests the salinity of the river as seasonal dynamics impact the estuarine system.
Level 9
9. Level 9 Level 9 DigiGlass panorama, Micro Environment 2016
Artists Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire
The textural background of the original painting has been overlaid with floating, starlike symbols, referencing invertebrates.
Level 9
10. Level 9 Detail (from middle section) Level 9 DigiGlass panorama, Micro Environment
Artists Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire
Level 6
11. Level 6 Level 6 DigiGlass panorama: Naming the River.
Artists Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire
This design is based on the initials of salinity sampling sites along the river
For example BW = Blackwell Reach (near Fremantle).
Level 6
12. Level 6 Detail Level 6 DigiGlass panorama: Naming the River.
Artists Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire
Level 7
13. Level 7 Level 7 Digiglass panorama: History layered over Place 2016
Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire
This panorama commemorates the history of the Supreme Court and English law in Western Australia
This panel shows a reworked 'Justice'.
Level 7
14. Level 7 Level 7 Digiglass panorama: History layered over Place 2016
Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire
This panel celebrates Edith Haynes, a woman pioneer.
Level 7
15. Level 7 Level 7 Digiglass panorama: History layered over Place 2016
Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire
This panel commemorates the Old Law Court building, 1836
Level 8
16. Level 8 Level 8 DigiGlass panorama: Working the Law 2016
Rick Vermey and Jo Darbyshire
“I have had rare work cutting down long declarations into small compass”
A quotation from George Fletcher Moore, first Commissioner of the Civil Court in WA.

The River Journey, Supreme Court Civil WA, 2016, Percent for Art Scheme