Landscape (after Nolan) – 122 x 91.5cm
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Landscape (after Nolan) – 122 x 91.5cm

Sunday, August 1st, 2021

I’ve developed a highly unusual ‘no brush’ painting technique – these works were created using liquid oil paint that’s layered, dripped or thrown on to canvas with an eye dropper!



These paintings have simple names but each is constructed with multiple layers of colours and tints to produce sophisticated visual effects. Use the magnifying tool to look deeper into each painting’s surface texture…

 

 

Garigal Mist – 203 x 76cm

Sunday, August 1st, 2021

I’ve developed a highly unusual ‘no brush’ painting technique – these works were created using liquid oil paint that’s layered, dripped or thrown on to canvas with an eye dropper!



These paintings have simple names but each is constructed with multiple layers of colours and tints to produce sophisticated visual effects. Use the magnifying tool to look deeper into each painting’s surface texture…

 

 

Crazy Outback – 76 x 38cm

Thursday, November 13th, 2014

Highly influenced by a photograph of Australia’s Outback taken from the space station and painted with a brush.



To view this work in detail, hover over the thumbnail above.

Inlet (near Smugglers Cove)

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

I’ve developed a highly unusual ‘no brush’ painting technique – these works were created using liquid oil paint that’s layered, dripped or thrown on to canvas with an eye dropper!



These paintings have simple names but each is constructed with multiple layers of colours and tints to produce sophisticated visual effects. Use the magnifying tool to look deeper into each painting’s surface texture…

 

 

LN 5B – 130 x 130cm

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

I’ve developed a highly unusual ‘no brush’ painting technique – these works were created using liquid oil paint that’s layered, dripped or thrown on to canvas with an eye dropper!


When first viewing these Nebula paintings, most appear monochromatic – just like the night sky. However on closer viewing, you’ll see unexpected colours, patterns, shapes and icons. Use the magnifying tool and see what you can find…

LN 5A – 130 x 130cm

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

I’ve developed a highly unusual ‘no brush’ painting technique – these works were created using liquid oil paint that’s layered, dripped or thrown on to canvas with an eye dropper!


When first viewing these Nebula paintings, most appear monochromatic – just like the night sky. However on closer viewing, you’ll see unexpected colours, patterns, shapes and icons. Use the magnifying tool and see what you can find…

LN 2B – 130 x 130cm

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

I’ve developed a highly unusual ‘no brush’ painting technique – these works were created using liquid oil paint that’s layered, dripped or thrown on to canvas with an eye dropper!

 


When first viewing these Nebula paintings, most appear monochromatic – just like the night sky. However on closer viewing, you’ll see unexpected colours, patterns, shapes and icons. Use the magnifying tool and see what you can find…

LN 2A – 130 x 130cm

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

I’ve developed a highly unusual ‘no brush’ painting technique – these works were created using liquid oil paint that’s layered, dripped or thrown on to canvas with an eye dropper!


When first viewing these Nebula paintings, most appear monochromatic – just like the night sky. However on closer viewing, you’ll see unexpected colours, patterns, shapes and icons. Use the magnifying tool and see what you can find…

LN 1B – 130 x 130cm

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

I’ve developed a highly unusual ‘no brush’ painting technique – these works were created using liquid oil paint that’s layered, dripped or thrown on to canvas with an eye dropper!


When first viewing these Nebula paintings, most appear monochromatic – just like the night sky. However on closer viewing, you’ll see unexpected colours, patterns, shapes and icons. Use the magnifying tool and see what you can find…

LN 1A – 130 x 130cm

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

I’ve developed a highly unusual ‘no brush’ painting technique – these works were created using liquid oil paint that’s layered, dripped or thrown on to canvas with an eye dropper!


When first viewing these Nebula paintings, most appear monochromatic – just like the night sky. However on closer viewing, you’ll see unexpected colours, patterns, shapes and icons. Use the magnifying tool and see what you can find…