I have another exhibition coming up in March, ‘On the Wall’, at the Yarragon Station Gallery, Victoria. It will be from March 6th – 31st, and features a small collection of my works, including my latest graphite drawings.
My first market stall experience at Heritage College Winter Market.
This weekend you can catch me with my first ever market stall at the Winter Market @ Heritage College. I’ll have loads of artwork and prints for sale, as well as some of my new photography books.
“Painting is easy when you don’t know how, but very difficult when you do.”
– Edgar Degas –
I felt like I needed a break from my drawings with all their intricate details, so I decided to “throw” some paint around. Good fun!
Even painted my sneakers…accidentally.
These “Ties” were the stands from the back of frames that I had removed. I kept them because I thought they might turn into interesting artworks one day.
I’m pleased with how well they turned out, considering the unusual surface and shape I painted on.
Here’s another painting I have done sometime over the last few months.
I had some very large high quality paper, and at the time I didn’t have any canvases so I wanted to see if acrylic paint would work on the thick paper.
I’ve have had this idea in my head for a couple of years now, and finally ended up putting it in paint on paper, instead of canvas. I’m happy with the result.
I thought I would also show what I looked like after doing this painting. I have never used so many brushes for one artwork!!!!