All posts tagged: painting

Reflection

Creating a Jigsaw Puzzle of my artwork is an interesting consideration, I think this painting Reflection would make for a somewhat challenging puzzle. What appeals to you when chosing a Jigsaw Puzzle? The size, number of pieces, colours or complexity? Do you buy for yourself […]

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Turn Your Wheels

The Turn Your Wheels exhibition continues this weekend, displaying a range of acrylic paintings on paper in a range of sizes, having trouble finding the time to get to the gallery? DM me or Annie at Studio 408 for opening times and artwork still available […]

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Interior and figure studies

Previous months have seen me painting utilising more traditional methods and using raw vibrant colours in acrylic on various papers, canvas, acrylic, watercolour over original graphite drawings Helping me along the way I’ve been referring back to my collection of life drawings as well as […]

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En plien air

It’s been a crazy few weeks, doing everything but making art, since painting this commission of Eurambeen Homestead as a wedding gift for a lovely couple married in these very gardens, I appreciate the opportunity and had a great time expressing the colour and movement […]

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Small Works on Paper

Attending events has been a enjoyable way to meet other like-minded artists a people. I take along with me a selection of small works on paper (A5 and no larger than A4) for display and for selling… and they are a great conversation starter, pleasingly […]

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Open Garden Residency

This weekend I had the privilege of spending a couple of sun-filled days painting and chatting to visitors in the beautiful Eurambeen Homestead Gardens, the pleasant sounds of music mixed with the sound of water gently splashing into the old pool from the water fountain made for […]

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Garden Artists Residency

Thanks to Sarah and Ian, this weekend (10-11 November) I will be one of five privilaged artists to be working around the beautiful and inspiring Eurambeen Historic Homestead and Gardens, built in the 1850s, Eurambeen has a three acre garden designed by Edna Walling which […]

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Flowers in her hair

An extension of painting figures in the landscape, many of my artworks explore the symbolism of flowers and the idea of internal growth visible on the outside of the body, twisting through the hair and taking over the body, expressing emotions, values and attitudes and […]

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Mother and Child

Inspired by Klimt’s beautiful painting of a mother holding her child, this painting was commissioned as a Christmas gift from a husband to his wife. As I do not copy other artists work, it was negotiated that I would create a similarly stylised version of […]

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