‘A lake, a forest, and the dark voice of the sea’

The artwork entitled A lake, a forest, and the dark voice of the sea explores the precarious situation of our impact on our environment.

Through these images the artist portrays the journey of water and what it flows and passes through in the descent to the sea, a beauty and sadness.

The challenges water encounters along the way, navigating human interference and polluting intrusions that impact upon our preservation. Where we pause to consider the possibilities of sincere connections with our fragile water ecology and activate a commitment to securing a balanced future of this vital lifeline for our world to survive.


Bill Moseley

Works in multi disciplines of alternative photographic processes such as wet plate collodion and is a master printmaker establishing Hill End Press NSW Australia in 2005. Within these techniques he explores the landscape and how we inhabit it in a poetic way.

Influenced by the period of surrealism and early 20th century painters he creates theatrical portrayals of the human condition in the environment.