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

Public Art at Jezzine Barracks

For the past two years i have been involved with Public Art works at Jezzine Barracks Redevelopment in Townsville.  It has really kept me busy and has not left too much time to do anything else. I was approach by … Continued