Categories Archives: Charcoal

The gentle light of day – Mulwarree Ponds, 2015 Charcoal on paper 70cm (h) x 50cm (w) SOLD This is a very sacred place for me. Generations of our family have swam here hot summer days, or taken an afternoon walk with the dogs and let them chase the ducks from their tranquil spot under […]

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A pool of water lies with room for all the stars, 2011 Charcoal on paper 45 cm x 45 cm SOLD This is another favourite part of the river that runs through the property. It quietly weaves its way under the hill and threw the reeds. At certain times of day the reflections are beautiful. […]

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The breath of dawn, 2014 Charcoal on paper 70 cm (h) x 100 cm (w) SOLD I drew this charcoal after I found out that the family property was to be sold. It speaks of the sorrow of leaving my home and venturing into the unknown – the fog. It is about memory of a lifetime […]

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Cloud burst 1, 2015 Charcoal on paper 70 cm (h) x 100 cm (w) Clouds have always fascinated me. They have a life of their own; they are constantly changing; they appear and then disappear again. Some are big, billowing, white and fluffy. Other are soft and wispy or dark and ominous. They are never […]

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Paterson River, 2015 Charcoal on paper 70 cm (h) x 100 cm (w) This charcoal drawing won the Frensham Fellowship Art Prize 2016. SOLD Not far from where I live is the Paterson River. This drawing is of a particularly lovely part of the river. It has a bend in it that allows you to stand […]

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Morning light on the creek – ANU Canberra, 2015 Charcoal on paper 100 cm (h) x 70 cm (w) SOLD Whenever I travel I am always on the look out for potential subjects to draw. I came across this creek on the Australian National University ANU campus. It was early in the morning and the […]

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