Artworks are first available for purchase by sponsors and dignitaries before being available in person at the Exhibition in Brisbane. Unsold artworks can also be purchased online following the event.
"This piece represents a contrast on Pink Floyd's album, 'The Dark Side of the Moon'. The album portrayed alcohol and drug misuse in the wild hippie era. Having left these behind me, I painted what is the opposite of it - spiritual rebirth, enlightenment, peace, harmony and purity."
Clinton is a humble and sensitive 65-year-old man who grew up in Hobart, Tasmania. After working as a chef for 25 years, he was diagnosed with schizophrenia at 40 after going through major stresses with his work and relationships.
Clinton found peace and healing through his faith, with his artwork mostly inspired by the voice of God. He believes God has given him an artistic gift so he can connect to himself and create something meaningful that will last forever.
Clinton spends a minimum of five hours a day in prayer and painting.