Adelaide, South Australia
I am an Australian artist working in Adelaide, South Australia. I paint mostly in oil, but occasionally use acrylic paints. Landscapes, seascapes, cityscapes, flower paintings and abstract paintings and occasional portraits are included in my repertoire of work.
I have always loved colour. My paintings as a child were mostly large areas of very, very loud colour.
I paint because I love to. Taking delight in seeing what emerges from the canvas, and I still
GOING ON HOLIDAYS
I will be away from my studio from 16th December, 2018 to January 18th 2019. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in purchasing an art work during this period. Happy Christmas and New Year to you all.
INSPIRATION FOR MY ART
As an Australian artist, my inspiration comes from whatever is around me at a particular time. As an example, following a recent trip to the mid north of South Australia, I produced a series of landscape paintings, which include the beautiful Eucalyptus trees and flowers from local gardens.
My original study was textile design and Adelaide’s School of Art and Craft. I then worked for 20 years in various forms of art and fashion.
But, in 1997 I followed my other passion, natural health. Since arriving back in Adelaide from Sydney in 1999 I have worked full time as a Naturopath.
However, in recent years I have devoted much more time to my painting. Moving full circle, as a practicing Australian artist.
This includes participating in exhibitions. Also fulfilling my love of learning by continuing to study and improve my art practice, wherever and whenever I can.
Over this period I have attended many and varied art courses and workshops in this time including Peter Bok at Bapea Art School, Liana Vargas Cat Leonard, and Krystina at Splashout Studio, Chelsea Lehman, Trena Everuss and Nona Burden at Adelaide Central School, John Lacey, Ruby Chew, Sophie Hann, Gerhard Ritter, and Deborah Trusson.