Featured Original Artworks

  •   "In this evocative painting, a picturesque scene unfolds as a rustic cart, pulled by a sturdy horse, makes its way down a tranquil countryside path. Flanked on either side of the driver are two loyal canine companions, each embodying a distinct sense of purpose. The dog on the right fixes his gaze backward, perhaps reminiscing on the journey already traveled, while the one on the left looks ahead with eager anticipation, ready to explore the uncharted path that lies ahead. This harmonious blend of nostalgia and anticipation invites viewers to contemplate the passage of time and the timeless companionship between humans and their faithful animal friends."
  • "Barrel Racing Dynamo." A young boy and his horse skilfully maneuver around a barrel on race day. Heart beating fast and dirt flying past.
    The crowd is a diverse mix of spectators - some engrossed and focused, others wandering in distraction at times. My choice to paint it on linen, an imperfect and textured canvas, underscores the idea that life, like the artwork is not about perfection. Instead about the raw and unpolished moments that emerge from the background to form a beautiful, unfinished narrative of shared human experience.
  • 159cm W x 83cm H Framed with a white wooden floating frame Five Rocks Beach features the coastline of the Capricorn Cost. This majestic painting features overhanging palm trees in the foreground, rolling surf in between and the distinctive five rocks in the background.
  • 92cm W x 77cm H Beautifully Handcrafted frame with poly cotton canvas Acrylic paint and airbrush techniques were used. We were camping at Cania George in Queensland and I was enjoying the wild animals that were visiting daily. In particular the bird life. This kookaburra kept visiting us. As I was putting the final touches on this painting outside my window I could hear the kookaburra's laughing.
  • 92cm W x 77cm H Beautifully Handcrafted frame with polycotton canvas. This painting features Five Rocks in the Byfield region of Central Queensland. It really could be any part of the coastline of Australia. It is an invitation to step onto the beach and walk the shoreline.
  • 30cm W x 30cm H This painting was inspired by some visitors to my art studio. I am so glad they brought along their puppy. I've used soft edges to emphasise the puppy's soft fluffy coat.
  • 152cm W x 91cm H All of us need to Haul-out. A place where you feel safe to hang out with family with friends.  The Island of Seals was once a seal hunting location but nowadays it is a nature reserve where wildlife can just be. Because of the conditions, we were supposed to explore Wine Glass Bay but we ended up visiting this stunning location.  A small granite Island on the East Coast of Tasmania.  “Ile Des Phoques,” meaning, “Island of Seals.” The Island is 20 acres of Nature Reserve and you will find between 500 and 100 Australian fur seals there on any given day depending on the season. In this artwork, I chose to focus on one small section of the island so I could highlight the seals.   The places we were looking forward to seeing were diverted into a new adventure with unexpected highlights.


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