This is a large painting I completed while I was recuperating from a broken leg. A joyful fun painting in acrylic on canvas
Boundary Creek is near my home. I wanted to capture the peace and tranquility of this special place. Acrylic on canvas
Mamma Wallaby and Joey. Acrylic on board. These 2 red necked wallabies live around our home. Mother wallaby has a new Joey every year.
I’ve been fascinated by mermaids for a long time. On the Clarence river in Iluka sits a concrete mermaid at the end of the fishing boat harbour. She looks out to sea. Created in memory of a fisherman who died, she’s been transformed over the years with different paint jobs and now sports a shiny mosaic tail.
I’ve completed several paintings of her. These 2 are the latest. I the long painting I have shared the stages I went through until I was happy with it. Both are acrylic on canvas.
Acrylic paint on wooden board
Recent portraits of my daughter a violinist and my model with a blue wig
‘Sunny Day Washing Day’ – Off the grid living means washing when the sun shines for the solar panels and batteries to work the washing machine, using rain water to wash and the sun to dry.
Inspired by the reflections and recovery of the plants and trees along the Esk river of Bunjalung National Park after the bushfires. Exploring by dinghy after recent rains I observed and photographed this very special place. These works are acrylic on canvas.
The first ‘Waterlilies on the Esk river ‘ painting was exhibited at Coldstream Gallery as part of the ‘Our Clarence’ exhibition (Plunge Festival)