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  • 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.
  • Open Edition Reproduction A Fraser Island beauty, right near where the ocean meets the shallow rock pools. This was one of our favourite spots at Fraser Island in Queensland. Where deep ocean and shallow rock pools meet. After our swim, I was enjoying the waves crashing on the headlands in the distance. This oil painting features a location just to the left of Champagne Pools between Waddy Point and Island Head along 75 Mile Beach.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Open Edition Reproduction A popular and recognisable beach location in Yeppoon. Even though I know my home town really well, each day the beach brings something new to see. Today the sailing club is out in full force and many boats are making the most of the breeze.
  • Macaw – Reproduction

    $105.00$3,612.00
    Open Edition Reproduction The colourful giant of the Parrot world! This colourful macaw is loving life at the Melany Botanic Gardens. Macaw's large, curved and powerful beaks are designed to crack open hard nuts and seeds.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Yellow sunbird on material. A yellow sunbird emerges out of a colourful background.
  • Budgies – Reproduction

    $100.00$2,457.00
    Open Edition Reproduction Two gentle budgies snuggle together close by on a branch. The playful and random splashes of colour in the background remind me of the two main characters perched together.
  • Blue Wren – Reproduction

    $87.00$2,269.00
    Open Edition Reproduction The superb fairy-wren gleams with its velvety blue and black plumage. Emerging from the colourful background he surveys his surroundings.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Five colourful characters in a row. Budgies are very social birds and one budgie was recorded as repeating more than 1700 words.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Four geese on the farm roamimg around as one. The original was painted on a linen canvas. I think of geese as organised and I may not know enough about them to share my opinion but they can come across as bossy. Perhaps it was my experiences at the theme park Dreamworld where the geese brazenly tried to steal my hotdog. These geese from my friend's family farm at Springsure appear to be a united front in this scene. Thanks to my friend Narelle Schirmer for the inspiration for this painting.
  • Kookaburras – Reproduction

    $91.00$3,062.00
    Open Edition Reproduction They say that two is company and three is a crowd. I am not sure if that is the case in this scene although perhaps the one lizard meal amongst three is causing some angst. One kookaburra in particular seems to have something to say about the situation.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Finches enjoying lunch together. We travelled through the Simpson desert last year and whilst camping I enjoyed watching birds. I even hid in bushes observing finches but my camera zoom could not quite capture them clearly enough before the birds would scare. So my best view of the finches was actually at Ayres Rock camping ground. This is where my inspiration came from for this painting on linen.
  • Wood Ducks – Reproduction

    $89.00$2,954.00
    Open Edition Reproduction These cute wood ducks are snuggled together in a bowl that also resembles a cracked egg and new life. This is where my inspiration came from for this painting on linen.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Pelican look out features a pelican I met on Bribie Island. I loved how the sunlight is hitting the pelican and the bright light in-between the beak.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Black cockatoo on linen peers out. We see these birds a lot in Yeppoon and they love hanging out in the trees along the beaches on the Capricorn Coast.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Red-Tailed Black cockatoo looking out from his branch with gum leaves and botanical flowers.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Black cockatoo's are a beautiful and graceful Australian bird. Always seen in Yeppoon and we often hear them together in the trees. These birds represent change and herald the coming of rain.
  • Carrots – Reproduction

    $76.00$2,513.00
    Open Edition Reproduction A young wombat leaning down towards a carrot. Wisdom Wombat Rescue does great work and this was the inspiration to paint this cute wombat Jazzi.
  • Open Edition Reproduction Mount Dandenong Victoria. It was Christmas Eve on the mountain and we loved visiting our family a couple of years ago. This time seemed even more special as we were not able to freely travel throughout our own country at the time. We even met Santa Clause on the mountain that afternoon. This painting won first prize in an art competition recently.
  • Limited Edition Reproduction of 500 Bronc Rider in action at a Rodeo event. The bucking chute gate opens and the horse bursts out. The rider lifts on the rein and attempts to find a rhythm with the animal by spurring forwards and backwards with his feet in a sweeping motion from shoulder to flank.
  • Limited Edition Reproduction of 500 Interpretation of the person of Jesus Christ. This painting is a partial interpretation of the "lion and the lamb" passage in Revelation 5:5-6. The Lion and the lamb both refer to Jesus Christ. He is both the conquering Lion of the Tribe of Judah and the Lamb who was slain. Fulfilling the prophecy of Genesis 49:9 as a perfect sacrifice for the sin of the whole world. I painted this live in a Passover service.

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