Tag Archives: acrylic painting

Let it snow…

❄️ Winter Sale ❄️ 25% off selected paintings including ‘On the Road Again’ (20 paintings are on sale this month and there will be a different selection of 20 paintings next month) ❄️ 

Leaving home

‘Endless Possibilities’ and ‘Curves Ahead’ in the Drawing Room

I’m saying goodbye to a couple of paintings that sold on TradeMe (NZ) last week: ‘Endless Possibilities’ and ‘Curves Ahead’ ❤️❤️

Emu ~ Art for Australia

Emu — acrylic on canvas, 150 x 150 mm, 2020. Available.

What a face! ‘Emu’ is the new member of the Art for Australia family of paintings. Created to raise money for people and wildlife who lost their homes because of the recent bushfires in Australia, 50% of the sale of these artworks will be donated to the Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund https://www.gerf.org.au and Wildlife Victoria https://www.wildlifevictoria.org.au. 🇦🇺

 

Eight…

Eight years on WordPress! I’ve written more than 650 posts, uploaded well over 1800 images, and completely lost track of the number of canvases I’ve painted : ) And so it’s time for my eighth Happy Annaversary retrospective. Here is a collection of eight paintings created over the last year that represent my (current) favourite subjects and styles: the abstract floral, the do-over (that’s a style, right?), the experimental diptych, word art, New Zealand landscapes (of course), and Art for Australia.

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Echidna ~ Art for Australia

Echidna — acrylic on canvas, 150 x 150 mm, 2020. Available.

The colours of earth and stone, this little echidna (or spiny anteater) is another in my series of small paintings created to raise money for people and wildlife who lost their homes because of the recent bushfires in Australia. I am donating 50% of the sale of these artworks to the Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund https://www.gerf.org.au and Wildlife Victoria https://www.wildlifevictoria.org.au. 🇦🇺