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A large floral mandala with a grevillea flower centrepiece done with gold sharpie markers on a black gesso canvas background inspired by the Australian bush by a Western Australian local artist.
101.4cm (W) x 101.4cm (H)
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A still life of a brown bottle that has been ‘flung’ from a car and is insitu in the bush on the side of the road. Completed in 2013.
46cm (W) x 46cm (H)
A watercolour impression of white tulips inspired by visits to Araluen Botanic Park, Roleystone Perth Western Australia. Painted in 2019.
29.5cm (W) x 42cm (H)
A still life painting with greens and yellow completed in 2011.
61cm (W) x 91.5cm (H)
A realistic close up of coastal daisy bush in situ at the Yanchep Lagoon (in Yanchep Western Australia) with a view towards the ocean, capturing the blues and greens of the naive scrub.
104.6cm (W) x 104.6cm (H)
A painting of a seascape of the Western Australian coast painted in 2020 - acrylic on wooden panel, unframed.
30.5cm (W) x 30.5cm (H)
A coloured pencil sketch on pastel paper, of the coastal daisy bush, a plant that grows by the sea in Perth, Western Australia.Completed in 2018.
33cm (W) x 50.5cm (H)
A scattering of leaves on the ground this work features the fallen leaves of the Bull Banksia (b. Grandis). Done in Prismacolour coloured pencils on Canson pastel paper, the work shows variations in the greys and browns of the native Australian bush. Completed in 2019.
33cm (W) x 50cm (H)
A view of the beach with rocks in the foreground completed in 2012.
76cm (W) x 115cm (H)
A watercolour view of the water storage tanks as you come into Yanchep, Perth Western Australia.Completed in 2017.
55cm (W) x 35cm (H)
A pen & ink illustration of the sculptures at Two Rocks with ‘King Neptune’ in the background- on illustration board.Completed in 2015.
50cm (W) x 71cm (H)
A panoramic view of rooftops in suburbia, creating repetitive shapes and colours with shades of grey.
102cm (W) x 51cm (H)
A realistic view of the pinnacles desert in Cervantes Western Australia completed in 2010.
92cm (W) x 44.5cm (H)