drawings


<p>sum of the partts series #1 and #4  (framed individually)<br />2015<br />each 54cm x 30cm <br />pencil and pastel on collaged monoprints</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Brisbane in 2015</p> <p>sum of the partts series # 8 and #9  (framed individually)<br />2015<br />each 54cm x 30cm <br />pencil and pastel on collaged monoprints</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Brisbane in 2015</p> <p>sum of the partts series #10<br />2015<br />54cm x 30cm <br />pencil and pastel on collaged monoprints</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Brisbane in 2015</p>
<p>zig zag wattle 1<br />2015<br />24cm x 28cm<br />pencil on goauche wash</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Brisbane in 2015</p> <p>zig zag wattle 2<br />2015<br />24cm x 28cm<br />pencil on goauche wash</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Brisbane in 2015</p> <p>zig zag wattle 3<br />2015<br />24cm x 28cm<br />pencil on goauche wash</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Brisbane in 2015</p>
<p>gymea lily seed heads - triptych<br />2015<br />115cm x 75cm<br />charcoal and pastel on paper</p>
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<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanix Gardens, Brisbane during 2015</p> <p>gymea lily seed heads (detail)<br />2015<br />115cm x 75cm<br />charcoal and pastel on paper</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanix Gardens, Brisbane during 2015</p> <p>the bunya grove 2<br />2015<br />54cm x 62cm<br />charcoal on paper</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanix Gardens, Brisbane during 2015</p>
<p>the bunya grove 1<br />2015<br />54cm x 62cm<br />charcoal on paper</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanix Gardens, Brisbane during 2015</p> <p>walk look see 5<br />2015<br />24cm x 28cm<br />pencil on collaged monoprints</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanix Gardens, Brisbane during 2015</p> <p>walk look see 2<br />2015<br />43cm x 29cm<br />pencil on collaged monoprints</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanix Gardens, Brisbane during 2015</p>
<p>walk look see 2  (detail)<br />2015<br />43cm x 29cm<br />pencil on collaged monoprints</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanix Gardens, Brisbane during 2015</p> <p>walk look see 1<br />2015<br />43cm x 29cm<br />pencil on collaged monoprints</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during my Artist in Residency at Mt Coot-tha Botanix Gardens, Brisbane during 2015</p> <p>walk look see 1 (detail) 2015<br />43 x 29 cm<br />pencil on collaged monotype prints</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during Artist in Residence at Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens Brisbane during 2015</p>
<p>walk look see 1 (detail)<br />2015<br />43 x 29 cm<br />pencil on collaged monotype prints</p>
<p>From an exhibition of work made during Artist in Residence at Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens Brisbane during 2015</p> <p>Fire in the Banksia Scrub - Lennox Head 2014<br />73cm x 76cm framed<br />charcoal, pastel and acrylic</p> <p>Fire in the Banksia Scrub - Lennox Head 2014 (detail)<br />73cm x 76cm framed<br />charcoal, pastel and acrylic</p>
<p>banksia integrifolia - cycle<br />2014<br />73cm x 76cm framed<br />collaged of monotype prints of drypoint   drawings</p>
<p>awarded 1st prize in the Works on Paper section at the 2015 Byron Arts Classic.</p> <p>banksia integrifolia - cycle (detail)<br />2014<br />73cm x 76cm framed<br />collaged of monotype prints of drypoint   drawings</p>
<p>awarded 1st prize in the Works on Paper section at the 2015 Byron Arts Classic.</p> <p>banksia integrifolia - cycle (detail)<br />2014<br />73cm x 76cm framed<br />collaged of monotype prints of drypoint   drawings</p>
<p>awarded 1st prize in the Works on Paper section at the 2015 Byron Arts Classic.</p>
<p>The Rim (detail)<br />2014<br />pencil on collaged monoprints<br />91 x 55cm<br />a series of studies of flora in the caldera rim of northern NSW<br />awarded 2nd prize Border Art Prize, Tweed Regional Gallery  2014</p> <p>The Rim (detail)<br />2014<br />pencil on collaged monoprints<br />91 x 55cm<br />a series of studies of flora in the caldera rim of northern NSW<br />awarded 2nd prize Border Art Prize, Tweed Regional Gallery  2014</p>
<p> </p> <p>The Rim<br />2014<br />pencil on collaged monoprints<br />91 x 55cm<br />awarded 2nd prize Border Art Prize, Tweed Regional Gallery  2014<br /><br /> a series of studies of flora in the caldera rim of northern NSW</p>
<p>Weeds - study #4<br />Pencil and gouache on paper<br />600mm x 420mm</p> <p>Weeds - study #3<br />Pencil and pastel on paper<br />600mm x 420mm</p>
<p> </p> <p>Weeds - study #2<br />Pencil and gouache on paper<br />600mm x 420mm</p>
<p>Weeds - study #1<br />Pencil and pastel on paper<br />600mm x 420mm</p> <p>Botanical Drawing<br />pencil, acrylic and pastel<br />20cm x 29cm</p> <p>Botanical Drawing - ginger<br />pencil and pastel on monoprint<br />20cm x 29cm</p>
<p>Botanical Drawing - salvia<br />pencil ink pastel on monoprint<br />20cm x 29cm</p> <p>Botanical Drawing<br />pencil, linocut print<br />20cm x 29cm</p> <p>Botanical Drawing<br />pencil, monoprint, collage<br />20cm x 29cm</p>
<p>Botanical Drawing<br />pencil, pastel, watercolour<br />20cm x 29cm</p> <p>Botanical Drawing<br />pencil, monoprint<br />20cm x 29cm</p> <p>Botanical Drawing<br />pencil, monoprint, pastel<br />20cm x 29cm</p>
<p>Botanical Drawing<br />pencil, watercolour, pastel<br />20cm x 29cm</p> <p>Botanical Drawing<br />pencil, monoprint, pastel<br />20cm x 29cm</p>
<p>I  have been trying to acquire a taste for these popular Indian melons in  my curries.  Still working on it!  I was amazed to cut open one that was past its prime and find that the seeds had turned bright red.</p>
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