Diana Boyer's Time Change paintings slideshow
The National Museum's Diana Boyer environmental art collection profiles one woman's life and work on a farm in New South Wales. It also offers insights into global social and ecological change. Diana's training as a botanist and artist came to the fore with her 2006 Time Change animation. These original watercolour works were used in the animation, which shows the life of a future Australian female farmer, when global warming has profoundly altered patterns of farm activity and the land.
See the Time Change animation on Diana Boyer's website (requires Flash)