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August 2019: The Making of Gang-gang over Gum Blossoms

August 2019: The Making of Gang-gang over Gum Blossoms

As winter drew in, I worked around the clock to complete my first portrait of a cockatoo. One of my backyard buddies, this bird generally makes an appearance around springtime. I carefully picked the eucalyptus blossom as the flora of choice to be paired with […]

February 2020: The Making of Wattle Dreaming

February 2020: The Making of Wattle Dreaming

Inspired by the wattle season last year, I decided to attempt my very first portrait of a Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo peering through a wattle bloom. My original colour palette relied on various yellow tones to evoke the brilliant burst of flowering golden wattles, however, […]

Wattle Dreaming

Wattle Dreaming

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 (HERE)

The prints are printed in Melbourne (Australia) on premium Hahnemuhle German Etching paper (310gsm/matte) using high quality archival inks, ensuring the longevity of the print.

All prints are printed edge to edge with no border at all. Each print is also hand signed/ numbered by the artist, and is part of a limited edition of 50 for each size. Frames displayed in pictures are not included.

They are packed in clear acid free bags (which are perfectly safe for storage for lengthy periods). A backing board or foam core will be placed behind the print for safe shipment and later storage. Prints for sizes over A2 are rolled and shipped in a protective mailer tube.

The original artwork is sold.

May 2019: The Making of Crimson Rosellas and Waratahs

May 2019: The Making of Crimson Rosellas and Waratahs

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 […]