Wattle Dreaming (2020) Featuring a Yellow-Tailed Black Cockatoo peering through a wattle bloom; this unframed art print is completely hand drawn using Japanese Copic multiliner pens with very fine nibs (.05, .03 and .3) and Faber Castell’s polychromos colour pencils. Read about my unique process […]
After spending the first couple of months of the year on this portrait, and even letting it sit in a gallery for a few weeks, I had to go back to the drawing board. It was a tough call and a little dispiriting to discard weeks worth of work to start all over again. However, I am much happier with this version.
A little background about this illustration; the subjects are native Australian flora and fauna- crimson rosellas and waratahs. The patterns are traditional Japanese patterns, often visible on Japanese textiles such as the hemp leaf, waves and tortoise shell.
Gang Gang over Gum Blossoms (2019) Featuring a Gang-gang cockatoo chewing on gum nuts ; this unframed art print is completely hand drawn using Japanese Copic multiliner pens with very fine nibs (.05, .03 and .3) and Faber Castell’s polychromos colour pencils. Read about my […]
Quiet, Not Unseen is an exhibition that aims to draw attention back to the often unseen, passed by and overlooked beauty found in Australian flora and fauna; a visual reminder of what we have to lose. Doors open on the 27th of February and is […]