I walk the beach at Lacey’s next door to
the mouth of Currumbin Creek each day and I love to watch the surfers catching
their waves. Alongside Currumbin Creek,
Lacey’s is a popular spot for serious surfers.
Painted in oil with cold wax medium on a
cradled board. This is another piece in my Smaller Art Collection. I create
these small pieces for those homeowners who do not have wall space for large
pieces of art. I believe everyone should
live with art, I hope these small pieces enable them to live with art in their
‘Black Crows’ is an
intriguing image painted in a modern style. Yellow, black and purple.
Painted in a
contemporary manner, I was inspired to paint this piece after hearing the crows
that are always calling each other in our neighborhood,
It is a little menacing, but intriguing. I have used many layers of black yellows and ochres with hints of purple to represent the depths of the trees in the bush they reside in. The crows rule the bush and protect their territory against intruders.
This piece in painted on driftwood found on my local beach.
It is in homage to Picasso who is one of my inspirations.
is in the style of Picasso’s Dora Maar paintings. By some accounts, Dora Maar’s relationship
with Pablo Picasso marked
the end of her artistic career. When the young photographer took up with the
older, celebrated artist in 1936, she was a rising star in Surrealist circles.
is painted in acrylic paint and has a hook on the back to mount on the wall.