. . . An illustration I created for the Armidale library. The brief was to draw something addressing the phrase ‘my library means the world to me.’ I depicted birds as metaphor for one’s imagination taking flight while immersed in the world of reading books . . .
. . . Eastern Australian Pygmy Possum, graphite on paper, 400x500mm, 2018 . . .
. . . My Faerie illustration. Coloured pencil on paper, 2018, 400x500mm . . .
. . . Pure graphite drawing… Reflection, balance, moments in time… Greeting the sun at Gerringong and Byron Bay beach… Easing into the evening in Noosa… Minerals, oceans, cloudscapes . . .
. . . My little Pot of Green drawing was inspired by the gorgeous and glorious world of succulents. Coloured pencil on paper, 200 x 300 mm, 2018 . . .
. . . Inspired by a beautiful granite rock with layers of overlapping ochre pieces, I imagined dinosaurs and lizards and their diamond patterned reptile skin, blending into their bush environment. Coloured pencil and graphite on paper, 21 x 29.5cm, 2018 . . .
. . . After seeing three everlasting daisy plants, my illustration of this golden flower came to mind. I unearthed my painting from 2010, and then reworked it to enhance the sun-filled papery petals and the shadowy blue/grey and brown background tones. Watercolour, graphite, metallic ink and pen on rough watercolour paper, 2017 . . .
. . . I was commissioned to create a painting of Yosemite National Park waterfall. Here are my preliminary ideas progressing through to the framed final outcome . . .
. . . Patterns I drew with Henna on my skin . . .
. . . Inspired by a beautiful sculpture created from marble and glass, I painted this eagle . . .