A celebration of the limitlessness of life. Acrylic, graphite and copper leaves. Specimen- Dendrobium speciosum. 22×30 inches, Archers 300gsm paper.
Illustrating the beauty and gifts that come with the chosen path of one’s life. Graphite. Specimen- Eucalyptus saxatilis, 14×17 inches.
“Big Red”, attracting birds and insects to its nectar rich flowers. Flowers religiously in Australia’s spring and summer. Acrylic, 5×5 inches.
The Flowering Gum
Oh, how they dance in the summer! Graphite. Drafting film, 23×33 inches. Found it’s home in New Orleans, USA.
Divinity in Nature
Tells a story of reconnection of the inner self with the nature. An ecosystem that is omnipresent at every stage of life. Acrylic, graphite and copper leaves. Specimen- Eucalyptus teretircornis. 22×30 inches, Arches 300gsm paper.
When two lives converge and become one. Acrylic. Specimen- Eucalyptus macrocarpa and Chamelaucium uncinatum (Geraldton wax flower). 22×30 inches.
Peace of Hearts
An illustration of the Ceratopetalum gummiferum, also know as the Christmas Bush. A prolific species endemic to New South Wales that blossoms during Christmas. Acrylic. 22×30 inches on Archers 300gsm.
Some say they are like fireworks that colour the Australian summer. A much loved Australian species. Graphite. 22×30 inches, Archers 300gsm.
Featuring Australia’s native Rock Orchid (dendrobium speciosum), Acrylics, 20×20 inches. Sold.
Tree of Happiness, acrylics on canvas, 40×20 inches. Specimen- Southern Magnolia. Sold.
Inner essence. 56×76 cm, Hanamuhle – featuring the peeling bark of E saxatilis. I love how the ribbons entwine the branches and gradually shed to reveal the layers underneath.