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Pen fineliner drawing and watercolour is the result of a walk in the bush. What would Christmas be in Australia without our emblem Christmas bush with clusters of dainty little flowers. Originally intended as a study of Australian natives found along the way became an experiment with pen and watercolours capturing Australia’s unique Grevillea flowers. Showy in their own way compared with exotic flowers, the subtly draws me in, the detail of each flower within a flower, colours and shapes. Australian natives if given half a chance will pique your interest for their diversity and distinctiveness. No Australian garden should be without at least one. A banksia cone and flowering gum completed the walk, stashed in my handbag.

Note the finished drawing is sharper than the image implies.

 

A walk on the wild side

Kim Rees

AUD$125
Size: 29w x 42h cms
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Pigment liner & watercolour on 200gsm acid free paper

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Pen fineliner drawing and watercolour is the result of a walk in the bush. What would Christmas be in Australia without our emblem Christmas bush with clusters of dainty little flowers. Originally intended as a study of Australian natives found along the way became an experiment with pen and watercolours capturing Australia’s unique Grevillea flowers. Showy in their own way compared with exotic flowers, the subtly draws me in, the detail of each flower within a flower, colours and shapes. Australian natives if given half a chance will pique your interest for their diversity and distinctiveness. No Australian garden should be without at least one. A banksia cone and flowering gum completed the walk, stashed in my handbag.

Note the finished drawing is sharper than the image implies.