My Art, My Way!
A note of appreciation: I wish to thank the wonderful US organisations as, Light Space and Time for their support and wonderful opportunities for my artworks, Camelback Gallery for their continued support and opportunities as well as being a featured Artist again - very privileged indeed. Also not forgetting Fusion Art, wonderful opportunities to showcase artworks. In Europe, Circle Foundation for the Arts has given me so much opportunity, and again I am so privileged to have these unique chances, a huge thankyou. Having these opportunities to showcase my art internationally is a wonderful experience. I know that many new opportunities have arisen from these sites, so that is very special, thank you all.
About my site: Amongst these pages are images of my artworks. Although many are of animals, I do enjoy other subjects and also experimenting with landscapes and waterscapes on scratchboard (Whiskey Cove) and Claybord, Lesotho Mountains of Northern SA, Early Morning Paddle: Claybord presents many challenges - especially using the traditional black scratchboard it presents a lot of scratching, I am a big fan of the Ampersand products - I find the Aqua Boards just wonderful to work on, and my painting of Driftwood Beached -was a stunning surface to move the paint on. The claybord is much quicker (very different to Yupo), either way, so much fun, and watercolour just does it's "thing", it can be very slow and more demanding than drawing animals with a blade!
Need some inspiration! Visit Andrew Tischler's website (www.Andrewtischler.com) - I met this young man some years ago when he was still living in outer Melbourne, firstly at a demonstration - he is something else, his style is so wonderful, he is at ease with his painting and just watching him and his unique technique (like the old masters), is so enlightening and refreshing - no gimmicks just mastery of his brush and knowledge of colours.
....the background is of the red rocks off Ventnor Beach, PI - showing the setting winter sun".