Follow this artist on FASO and get alerts in your email inbox when new artworks are postedCommentsRecent Blog PostsRufous Hummingbird in acrylicsPosted on 5/31/2020 11:24:50 PMCherry 2 in acrylicsPosted on 5/27/2020 8:06:39 PMEuropean Goldfinch No 2 in acrylicsPosted on 5/18/2020 8:10:38 PMVerdin in acrylicsPosted on 5/12/2020 11:31:42 PMStrawberry in acrylicsPosted on 5/6/2020 11:14:11 PMCosta's Hummingbird in acrylicsPosted on 4/27/2020 8:39:03 PMDachshund No 2 in acrylicsPosted on 4/13/2020 8:55:21 PMScarlet Robin No 10 in acrylicsPosted on 4/5/2020 10:48:18 PMStriated Pardalote No 5 in acrylicsPosted on 3/16/2020 11:57:03 PMMajor Mitchell's Cockatoo in acrylicsPosted on 3/4/2020 6:42:05 PMBiography
I am an artist based in Brisbane, Australia.My journey into the world of art began in 2002 after I had this underlying desire to create art. Deep down I have always wanted to paint and draw - even as a child I used to love drawing animals.
I have dabbled in quite a few mediums over the years but my favourite mediums are acrylics, pencil (graphite) and watercolours. I don’t think I will ever settle on just one medium as each medium has its own unique characteristics that suits different subjects.
I am mainly a self – taught artist having attended numerous art classes and workshops over the years. In 2011, I completed a Pet Portraits Diploma, passing with Distinction, through The London Art College.
I started out mainly drawing and painting animals but now I paint anything that I am drawn to - be it an animal or bird, a landscape that grabs my attention, a seascape (I have always been fascinated by the sea - can watch it for hours) or a still life (I love the play of light against dark). Painting animals / birds will always be a passion of mine as I will never tire of watching an animal or bird come “alive” as I paint but there are just so many other lovely scenes /objects that beckon to be painted.
My journey into the world of art will never end and that's why it fascinates me so much - there is always something new to discover, something new to learn and no two pieces will ever be the same.
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