'She painted bilbies, bandicoots and night parrots. She painted gorillas, whooping cranes and humpback whales. She painted tiny frogs and small whistling birds. She painted morning noon and night for weeks on end.'

'SAGE'S ARK'



'I'll never be the same again' cried Marion.

'THE STAR'





'If I tiptoe very quietly
No one will know I have walked in the ink
I have dipped my dress in it too
And turned it black
I am sick of being a sweet
Pink fairy child
I'm ready to be
The Black Bumblebee Fairy'

'THE BLACK BUMBLEBEE FAIRY'





'Why would you want to change?' said Polka the dog. 'We love you just the way you are. You smell just perfect. Of wood, varnish and paint and that special glue that holds you together.'

'THE STAR'

‘SES Man With Spotted Pardalote’ is a Finalist in the Hawkesbury Art Prize

'SES Man With Spotted Pardalote' Oil on Linen 105 cms x 105 cms approx

I am very happy to announce that my painting ‘SES Man With Spotted Pardalote’ is a finalist in the Hawkesbury Art Prize. Thanks to Marc Carroll for agreeing to pose for me and for not falling asleep too often during the boring (for him) painting process!

 

 

 

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