“Landmarks” brings together the work of two painters in a recurring conversation that explores ideas of landscape, spirituality and the human imprint on the environment through minimal abstraction, figuration, exploratory drawing and mixed media. The works are an emotive response to the landscape and history of Hill End. Delia Vilhelm’s monolithic mining landscapes are made to raise our awareness of overpowering man-made architecture, the theme of her work is the human imprint on the environment. The gold rush mining has torn the landscape and disrupted the delicate balance of nature. Ginni Quinn is concetrating on the spirituality of the landscape and the ruggedness of the Australian bush. She is seeking to represent the colour and essence of the land, it’s resilience and renewal powers.