Ive been working on some of the pieces of driftwood from my collection in my studio. These pieces of wood are collected whilst on my daily beach walks. Unfortunately the number of pieces that I find are diminishing at the moment. It will take another huge storm to provide me with fresh stock.
However here are my three latest pieces.
It has been quite a while since I have got out my oil paints – maybe years! I had always loved painting with the rich and creamy oil paint but the length of the drying time was the reason I went to acrylic paint. I was always in a hurry to complete my works.
Don’t get me wrong, I love acrylic paint – they are so versatile and fast drying but OILS are just wonderful and the oil colour is so vibrant and the texture is so silky and organic – I have fallen in love with Oils again!
SO I will just have to get used to taking life at a slower pace when I work in Oil. Naturally I will continue to paint in acrylics as well.
Below is the first large oil painting I have finished since my return to this medium.
Nymph in the Rainforest.
My little Gouldian Finch has been added to this week’s update of the Wandarrah team website – Home Decor section.
Please visit this site as it is full of fabulous art and hand made items from a heap of superb Australian Artists.
I have also included some images of other small Australian Bird paintings I did in this series for your consideration. Let me know what you think of them. Thanks.