Medium: charcoal on paper
Dimensions: 480x560mm framed, 305x390mm image
Framed: black frame
This work is in a private collection; acquired by the vendor's father who was a friend of the artist. The image depicts the hills behind Te Henga, on the Waitakere Coast, which was Binney's best known 'territory'. The landforms and shapes within the hills often suggested birds, beaks, wings although he also revelled in the subtle linkages between folds of the land, and the secrets they held.