Villefranche sur mer,acrylic,30x30cm
When I was going to France it was recommended that I visit this place on the southern coast of France. A very quaint little village where we tried the local food ‘socce’ and where we found an amazing street underground. We wandered along the waterfront with all its cafes and then up through the streets to the church.A paintings is always more meaningful if it is steeped with memories.
the underground street
Amalfi Coast, acrylic, 2010
I have managed to secure a position in an exhibition in Naples next year. As a celebration of this, fellow artist, Leigh Gordon and myself will exhibit at Rabottinin’s, 109 Landsborough Avenue, Scarborough from the 24th Nov to the 23rd December with an opening on the Sunday 28th Novemebr at 4pm. See more Italy paintings here.
Line between Heaven and Earth lll, acrylic and enamel
One of my painting from my Washing Line series is a part of the ‘Joy of Living’ exhibition at Waterfont Place in Brisbane at the moment .This exhbition runs until the 21st May and is in aid of Cerebral Palsy. Check it out .There are 250 works of art. This painting is of my own washing line with our jacaranda tree in the background.