This picture was once again inspired by the big long road trip holiday to South Africa back in 2012. It was such a good holiday, and the landscapes were so inspiring! I would go back there in heartbeat. I had such fun painting outside looking up at the impressive Cederberg mountain range.
This picture was made once back in Australia and reflecting on the time spent in South Africa. Such a great time!
It seems that I get a lot of inspiration for artworks from holidays I have been on, and those amazing landscapes that you can see.
This work was created after the first time I went to Kakadu. My sister moved to Darwin to study her PhD, and I was lucky enough to visit her in the Northern Territory. We went on an incredible trip to Kakadu and out on a boat across Yellow Waters. This artwork was inspired by the amazing sunset and view there.
Yellow Waters, ink and watercolour on rag paper, 2014, SOLD
This watercolour made in 2011 was displayed at the Kingston Arts Centre G3 Artspace as part of my solo exhibition Hidden, Unseen, Unknown in October 2013. This exhibition included 26 artworks spanning the last five years of my career. You can read some reviews of the exhibition by going to the links section.
The series is complete with Endless Midnight III and Endless Midnight IV. This series of watercolour paintings on paper will be part of my solo exhibition at G3 Artspace at the Shirley Burke Theatre at 64 Parkers Rd, Parkdale, VIC in October 2013. The opening night is on Friday the 11th of October from 6-8pm. All welcome.
Endless Midnight IV, watercolour on rag paper, 2013, SOLD
Endless Midnight III, watercolour on rag paper, 2013 SOLD
Endless Midnight II and Endless Midnight I are the other watercolours in the series made in 2012. They are 20 x 20 cm. This series coincides with my Midnightseries. It is an evolving series at the moment, just like my ideas.
Endless Midnight II, watercolour on rag paper, 2012 SOLD
Endless Midnight, watercolour on rag paper, 2012 SOLD
These works were displayed at Kingston Arts Centre in December 2011. They are a series of watercolours and are all relatively small with the square format being 19 x 19 cm and the rectangle 14 x 19 cm.