The Emperor’s Retreat – 95 x 179cm
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The Emperor’s Retreat – 95 x 179cm

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

This painting is part of #theempiresellsout story. It was started whilst I was on a residency at Bundanon Trust in the Shoalhaven and completed in my studio residence in Darlinghurst. Like most of my landscapes, there is more to the story than meets the eye…



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…

 

 

Lockley Blues – 122 x 183cm

Monday, April 4th, 2011

Lockley Blues is the first painting produced in my north shore studio in 2008. It’s inspired by the main colours of the vista that surrounded me. Repainted and reframed in 2009. it looks great!



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I know (old territory) – 122 x 76cm

Monday, April 4th, 2011

I’ve developed a highly unusual painting technique – this work was created using liquid oil paint that’s layered or dripped  on to canvas – only the raven on the aerial was painted with a brush.



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…

 

 

Interface – 122 x 72cm – SOLD

Monday, April 4th, 2011

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…

 

 

Bushfire Creek – 91.5 x 91.5cm

Sunday, March 27th, 2011

Bushfire Creek is one of my favourites and a precursor to the Paint (No) Brush series exhibited in 2006. It is constructed with multiple layers of paint and has a highly textured surface.



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Outback, Rust, Rivers & Streams -122 x 163cm

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

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…

Nearly Home – 61 x 91.5cm

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

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…

 

 

Yellow Red Blue Green – 152 x 76cm

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

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…

Blue Yellow Red – 152 x 76cm

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

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…

Red Yellow Blue – 152 x 76cm

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

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…