Sunday, September 27, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
Another brushier version of my old favourite. I used a one inch brush on just about everything, including the figures and used a small brush right at the end to do little bits. It gives the work a much freer feel to it.
Carpark full - Waymouth St - 70x70cm acrylic on canvas
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Anyone who knows the Adelaide oval will know how fanciful this painting is! It's just a whimsical combination of the most picturesque cricket ground in the world and beach cricket - a form of the game that is played on beaches all around Australia.
Beach cricket - Adelaide Oval
40x40cm - acrylic on canvas
Available Adelaide Cathedral Art show Oct 1oth
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Glenelg - One of the few places that is the same said backwards. It is Adelaide's seaside resort town and home to the fabled Glenelg tram. The old ones are gone now but the new yellow ones look very nice on a rainy day.
I've included a couple of progressive photos of the work in progress.
Rain - Jetty Road - 46x46cm - acrylic on linen
Friday, September 18, 2009
I've posted this painting before, but do so again because it won the People's Choice award at this year's Loreto Spring Art show as well as selling on the opening night. I regard a People's Choice award as the most satisfying of all awards.
Hometime - North Terrace - 70x70cm acrylic on canvas