Painting Becomes Heirloom

I recently received some photos of one of my Classical Nude pieces in its new home.  Whilst not quite a hundred years old this work which was purchased by a USA client has been passed down through generations of the … Continued

Portrait #3 – Paula

Here is the third and final portrait in the Family Portrait series that I have been working on for one of my Clients. Paula is the oldest of the three siblings and has always been an active outdoorsy girl with … Continued

Rick Caballo – “Some Day”- The Changes

I had a friend come and visit over the weekend and he really likes this portrait that i did a couple of years ago of the Singer/Song writer Rick Caballo. He pointed out to me that it had not made … Continued

Family Portraits – Edward – One Down, Two to Go

I have a lovely commission at the moment.  Using the family’s photos I am doing portraits of their three children when they were little.  The kids are now young adults. I hope to bring out their characters in each of … Continued

WW1 Light Horseman’s Hat Unveiled At Townsville Grammar School

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The WW1 Light Horseman’s Hat is a life-size Bronze Sculpture that was commissioned by Townsville Grammar School. I was approached by Townsville Grammar School to help create a lasting memorial to the former teachers & students from the school who fought … Continued

Weekend Australian Article

This Weekend Australian article in the Travel and Indulgence Section, featured Amanda Feher’s Canoe People (collaborating artist Billy Doolan), at Jezzine Barracks Townsville.  You can see the full article at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/travel/stories-set-in-stone/story-e6frg8rf-1226967800446# or can be viewed here….

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