Departure and Arrival

‘Departure’ — acrylic on canvas, 200 x 200 mm. Available.

‘Arrival’ — acrylic on canvas, 200 x 200 mm. Available.

Art does not reflect what is seen, rather it makes the hidden visible.Paul Klee

These small abstracts are a continuation of what appears to be becoming a series of sunrises with windows — beginning with my two recent paintings — and although ‘Departure’ and ‘Arrival’ are available separately, I think they look even better as a diptych.

There’s something about a sunrise

‘Day by Day’ — acrylic on canvas, 355 x 460 mm. Available.

‘Changing Planes’ — acrylic on canvas, 355 x 460 mm. Available.

Whatever happens next, it won’t be what you expected.
If it is what you expected, it isn’t what’s happening next.”

Brian Eno

Adventures on Trade Me ~ Update

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My first month on Trade Me is off to a promising start and six more artworks have now sold ~ most, admittedly, for less than the cost of materials, but I’m determined to have a proper clean out. It’s really encouraging to see my paintings finding new homes. ‘The High Country’ even made it back ‘home’ to Springfield, the very place that inspired it : )

You can view all items for sale on my Art Cave listings page.
Note: This site is for New Zealand buyers. I am still selling internationally, as per usual, through Etsy.

Adventures on Trade Me (NZ)

Mini paintings with their own little display easels ~ update: now SOLD

I have started selling my art for RIDICULOUSLY low prices on Trade Me (New Zealand auction website). Some paintings will be going for a song (i.e. at greatly reduced prices), such as these mini canvases, each listed with a $1 Reserve. You can view all sale items on my Art Cave listings page. Note: I will still be selling internationally, as per usual, through Etsy.

*** update: these paintings have now sold ***

The Sound of Things

The Sound of Things — acrylic on canvas, 205 x 610 mm, 2019. Available.

“Whoever wants music instead of noise, joy instead of pleasure, soul instead of gold, creative work instead of business, passion instead of foolery, finds no home in this trivial world of ours.”

Hermann Hesse