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Australian Landscape Painting – Wind through Branches, Pastel Study by Debbie Parker

Over the years I have loved painting gum trees. I love the surface of the trunk and the way they change throughout the year as the seasons change. Grey gums and Ghost gums are really beautiful. This is one of the studies for the acrylic paintings I have here on Artlovers Australia.
I’ve been an artist for more than 25 years and in that time my interests have remained around the things I see here in Australia mostly landscape. I’ve exhibited in galleries and events on east coast of Australia during that time and concentrated my efforts on Australian scenes and Birds with Movement and Light painted in my own style of “expressive impressionism” or “Post Impressionism” . Many of my Paintings start with a Pastel study because it’s a quick way to to work out the colour combinations I need for the final piece in acrylics.
 All my works are original ideas and subjects are not reproduced unless in a completely different composition.
It’s really difficult to establish the credibility in representation when you work as quickly as I have to using these techniques I have developed over more than twenty five years of my art practice.
My greatest admiration goes to Vincent van Gogh for especially the works done when he was hospitalised but I love the work of our Australian expressionist Margaret Woodward and many of the European artists and transformers of the 1890 to 1920s the greatest stage of innovation I know of.
I love to see in situ photos of my work in my client’s homes, on gallery walls in the many finals I have been included in, in Australia and also in the fundraising events I participate in throughout the year.
My biggest wish is to win a major art prize and I have been in the finals of the Waterhouse Art Prize in Adelaide, The Saint George Art Prize in Sydney, The Stanthorpe Art Prize last time and several of the Lethbridge Gallery’s Prizes as well as others.  Even better work is coming out of my studio now so I’m really excited for the future.

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I use the best pastels and conte’ that I can find and I fix them very heavenly so the particles stay in place. The work has generously sized D hooks and cord at the back.

Study for Wind Through Branches

Debbie Parker

AUD$990
Size: 81w x 58.5h x 3.5d cms
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Pastel on archival drawing paper

White mount

Framed in Ash Lime washed timber frame

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Australian Landscape Painting – Wind through Branches, Pastel Study by Debbie Parker

Over the years I have loved painting gum trees. I love the surface of the trunk and the way they change throughout the year as the seasons change. Grey gums and Ghost gums are really beautiful. This is one of the studies for the acrylic paintings I have here on Artlovers Australia.
I’ve been an artist for more than 25 years and in that time my interests have remained around the things I see here in Australia mostly landscape. I’ve exhibited in galleries and events on east coast of Australia during that time and concentrated my efforts on Australian scenes and Birds with Movement and Light painted in my own style of “expressive impressionism” or “Post Impressionism” . Many of my Paintings start with a Pastel study because it’s a quick way to to work out the colour combinations I need for the final piece in acrylics.
 All my works are original ideas and subjects are not reproduced unless in a completely different composition.
It’s really difficult to establish the credibility in representation when you work as quickly as I have to using these techniques I have developed over more than twenty five years of my art practice.
My greatest admiration goes to Vincent van Gogh for especially the works done when he was hospitalised but I love the work of our Australian expressionist Margaret Woodward and many of the European artists and transformers of the 1890 to 1920s the greatest stage of innovation I know of.
I love to see in situ photos of my work in my client’s homes, on gallery walls in the many finals I have been included in, in Australia and also in the fundraising events I participate in throughout the year.
My biggest wish is to win a major art prize and I have been in the finals of the Waterhouse Art Prize in Adelaide, The Saint George Art Prize in Sydney, The Stanthorpe Art Prize last time and several of the Lethbridge Gallery’s Prizes as well as others.  Even better work is coming out of my studio now so I’m really excited for the future.

Quality Materials

I use the best pastels and conte’ that I can find and I fix them very heavenly so the particles stay in place. The work has generously sized D hooks and cord at the back.

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