Landscape archive

My first works were inspired by an abiding love affair with cinema and the motifs that visual genre has fed me since watching films with my family throughout my youth. We would regularly go to the city on a weekend and watch 2 movies with lunch in Chinatown in between. When I began painting later in life, those early cinematic motifs combined with exploring the Tasmanian landscape set my course as a landscape painter. Like any Grand Amore, landscape is a theme I return to again and again no matter how far I roam, with the never-ending beauty of trees and the sky constantly beckoning me back. Here follows a selection from the archives in no particular order

‘Elizabeth, after the burial’    90 cm x 120 cm, oil on board   - 2009

‘The night watch’  oil on board   55 cm x 120 cm  2011

‘Tasmania - the departure’  oil & wax on board, 60 cm x 120 cm - 2011

‘Sara’ oil on board, 90 x 60 cm, 2011

‘fire’ oil on board, 60 x 120 cm, 2011

‘Huon nocturne - Tasmania’    oil on board    150 cm x 30 cm    - 2011

‘Solitude’ oil on board, 60 x 75 cm, 2011

‘the quest - an homage to Rick Amor’ oil on board 45 x 65 cm 2011

‘Longing’ oil on board 65 x 90 cm, 2011

‘Golden summer with dog’ oil on board, 120 x 180 cm, 2013

‘The fox man’ oil on board60 cm x 75 cm - 2015

‘falling rocket IV’   oil on board, 240cm x 180 cm  2016

‘Geeveston Winter, Tasmania’  90 cm x 120 cm  oil on board, 2009 
Finalist in Salon Refuse 2009 

‘Tasmania II’ oil on board 45 x 120 cm, 2011

‘Huon Valley, Tasmania, oil on board, 40 x 120 cm, 2011

‘Politics - Centennial Park - Sydney’ oil on board,  65cm x 200cm  - 2014

‘ The rider - after Corot’    oil on board    40 cm x 120 cm - 2009