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Universal Medium and Varnish - use it for more than just sealing you work - it truly is universal!
Hello Wonderful Explore People, I hope you are well and staying safe. This is a recent oil painting as part of my Aussie Coastal Series soon to be released.
This is my favorite painting by a mile! It’s not because I am the greatest artist or for any other action that I took to create it. I am simply head
Hello Explore Peeps, Hope you are all well. This is my most recent oil painting - one of 6 of my Aussie coastal series. It's a snippet from a location
We are very lucky in WA, being able to move around freely. This week I spent some time, north of Perth, in a beautiful little town called Kalbarri.
I painted over a used canvas with an acrylic pour, to use as background. Then I added the pattern to give a 3D effect. To make the pattern more interesting
I'm still having a blast with acrylic seascapes. Am very pleased with some new tricks and techniques I discovered while painting this one - Movement.
My Difficult and Yet Satisfying Acrylic Painting. I am a self-taught artist. I used to draw when I was a child all the time. It was my go-to when I
I joined your Perth workshop a few years ago, Mark, and learnt so much about painting water, both above and below the ocean. After spending a few weeks
My sister wanted me to paint her a galaxy. She loves Star Trek so I painted a galaxy with planet Covid and if you look real closely you can see the Starship
I love disappearing to that zone when painting, A wonderful quiet and serene place. Worlds apart from hustle and bustle, Far removed from reality to face.
Only working part time has left me with every afternoon free to paint, and think and mess about and experiment ... Don't think I can go back full time
The west coast of Tasmania in Australia is a wild place. Often the Roaring Forties bring huge swells crashing against the rugged coastline. You can feel