Fleurieu Living Magazine

There are surfing bananas to be painted

‘At its most literal, Henry’s art sees him painting and surfing at the same time, while his more whimsical works include capturing surfing performance through stretching wetsuit remnants over canvas and interactive community installations.’
Ask Henry Jock Walker what he loves about making art and he immediately starts talking about the people he’s met and the stories he’s heard. He speaks effusively about the Buddhist

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