Well, mostly a relaxing tour around my newest painting, John La Gerche II. If you think you’ll enjoy staring at blobs of paint and listening to minimalist piano playing for four and a half minutes, then this is the video for you. TikTok it isn’t. Enjoy. Who was John La Gerche? As a couple of … More Virtual studio visit
I’m delighted to be taking a couple of painting workshops once again at this year’s Grampians Brushes in Halls Gap. As you might guess from the work on this web site, I’m fond of the Grampians Gariwerd region, so it is a double pleasure to be able to spend time in the environment, and to … More Grampians Brushes 2020
Just back from a few days hiking and sketching in the Southern Grampians. Hiked up Chimney Pots, which is one of my favourite day walks in this region, and then a pleasant stroll in good weather up Mount Sturgeon just outside Dunkeld. These sketches were made on an iPad Pro and iPencil combo with ProCreate. … More Grampians Sketches
I have a new dog who likes a lot of walking so I’ve been out in the bush over the winter enjoying the rain and the rich colours in the forest around Ballarat. I’ve collected together some of the sketches from the past few months onto this page. For anyone who’s interested they were made … More Sketches
It’s been a long winter, but the benefits are that our dams and creeks are full for the first time in quite a few years. Despite the cold and wet, and the clouds of bloodthirsty mosquitoes, I haven’t stopped bushwalking. To be honest, I prefer the cold wet weather to the prospect of bushfires, so … More Winter Tracks
Another painting from the Point Hicks area of Croajingolong National Park. Low tide and unusually calm seas meant I could get along the coast to sketch these huge granite boulders, smoothed by thousands of years of storms and covered in vivid red algae.