ROSS TREBILCOCK

 WOLFGANGS PALACE NALANGIL, VICTORIA

Primary mediums.
OIL & ACRYLIC ON CANVAS
AND PANEL

"Myth and legend exist in the subconscious. Creative visualisation is the bridge that enables us to explore these realms."

 Ross studied fine art and design at Bendigo art school where he essentially just misbehaved and messed around. Teaching himself his craft skills after his formal education was disrupted by the restless movement of the flower children in the late 60”s. Encounters with psychotropic plants led to a surge of evolutionary growth in his intellectual interests and his art Ross's art is largely an expression of his philosophical and comparative studies of mythology, ancient religions and mystery schools and their association with modern psychology and archetypal forms.

 He uses a wide range of mediums, his work ranging from painting to Print-making sculpture and mosaic. Ross is co-founder and builder of the Arts community, Wolfgang's Palace which has been active for over 25 years. Based on art as an expression of philosophy and mythology Wolfgangs Palace functions as a creative hub for many artists musicians and thespians both locally and globally, serving as a unique venue to facilitate their imaginings Co-founder of Wolfgang Inc, an administrative umbrella for Wolfgang Theatre Co, Cubbyhouse Productions, "Spyndrift",  Mythic Art Cards, ELLF Library, Rainbow Satellite Journey and  Uranian Satellite  as well as hosting annual seasonal festivals.

A recent exhibition by Ross was entitled "Rhetorical Reflections" Which in essence typifies the expression of his symbolic artwork. A rhetorical question being a figure of speech in the form of a question posed for its persuasive effect, without the expectation of a reply. Rhetorical - Metaphorical How do you catch a cloud and pin it down? How do you keep a wave upon the sand? How do you hold a moonbeam in your hand? Ross exhibits rarely, although his work is held in many private collections  both here and overseas. He has won numerous art awards and has been finalist in the Blake Art Prize.

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"The Paradise Ferry-man's Toll."  Oil on canvas

“The Paradise Ferryman’s Toll”

 

Revelations 1-5

The first four chapters of Revelations..the visionary writings of John

YOD.HE.VAU.HE the 4 Hebrew letters

Of the name of God- JEHOVAH are the four Pillars,

The four Elements that sustain the world.

Like the Mandelbrot-set, the four horsemen of the apocalypse

Symbolize how life continually degenerates into chaos,

Only to reform again into perfect order and harmonic balance.

‘ Christ consciousness’- the ultimate expression

Of pure love, holds in his left hand the circle of Eternal Life,

The soul caught in the cycle of birth and death.

In his right – the7 stars of freedom - Mastery of the 7 octaves of spiritual growth and the reawakening of Christ consciousness.

The consciousness of Love

 

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