Illustrating the beauty and gifts that come with the chosen path. No wrong or right choices, only experiences. Specimen— Eucalyptus saxatilis, media— graphite on paper, size— 14x17in.
Anigozanthos, also known as Kangaroo Paws. An iconic Australian genus that could flourish even on the sandiest turf. A flowering oasis to many birds, mammals and insects. Resilience!
Divinity in Nature tells a story of reconnection of the inner self with the beauty and strength of nature. An ecosystem that is omnipresent at every stage of life. 560x760mm. Acrylic, graphite and copper leaves. Floral specimen– Eucalyptus tereticornis.
A celebration of the limitlessness of life. 560x760mm. Acrylic, graphite and copper leaves. Specimen– Dendrobium speciosum
Emotions arise, dispersing moving with conscious fragility dissolving into the oneness of expansion creating a new dimension for emotions to rise once more and be felt.
The heart opens when the flower sings a quiet, victorious song. Hear them sing as life unfolds with every petal of grace. Specimen – Hakea laurina or also known as pin-cushion hakea
Surrendering to the light, as the sun emerges, embracing gratitude, as the day turns in linearity, trusting the gentle touch of the faraway winds, living moments of wonder, from the seed, I was. Specimen: Eucalyptus tereticornis
How they dance in the summer. Their subtle fragrance lingers in the air, calling out to nature and the lives it holds. Heavy branches of sweet nectar, blossoms bursting gloriously, as the sun penetrates the atmosphere. Existing freely. Becoming the blossoms that they were meant to be, one day at a time. Pencil on draftingContinue reading “The flowering gum “
Come spring in Sydney, these beautiful native orchids awaken and blossom gloriously in the sun. The heavy flower stems worship the ground ever so gently, acknowledging the nourishment of the earth and returning its gratitude with the vibrancy and light of the golden flowers. An intimate connection, that is shared by one and all. TheContinue reading “The awakening “