Craters Edge” is painted from a sunrise glimpse of the edge of Wolfe Creek Crater, known as Kandimalal to the local people. I remember leaving Alice Springs before daylight, driving up the beautiful Tanami track through the Great Sandy Desert and arriving just before sunset and setting up camp. Taking a walk up to the crater on sunrise was a magical experience. Size 61cm (W) x 76cm (H)

Marlgu Billabong” is near Wyndham in the very top of Western Australia. The spectacular view from Telegraph Hill was inspiration for this painting. First Prize winner of 2019 ASA & Patron for “Most Oustanding Artwork and also “Peoples Choice” award for the same exhibition.  Size 152cm (W) x 51cm (H)

Mystical Marlgu“, On the edge of the Ord River floodplain lies a magical place of refuge amongst what seems like a dry barren landscape.  The cool calming blues, shimmering heat haze and simple beauty camouflage the mystery of what lies beneath. Size 61cm (W) x 91cm (H)

Uluru – A Rare Gem“. Often painted and photographed. Nothing stirs the soul like waking up to witness this aged beauty coming to life in the soft morning sunrise. Size 122cm (W) x 61cm (H)   

Turquoise Bay” In balmy Exmouth. Some days, if your’e really lucky, you can still get this beautiful beach all to yourself.                     Size 61cm (W) x 76cm (H)

Kumarina Sunset”  this beautiful sunset light gives the feeling of serenity in outback WA. Truth be told there is a very noisy diesel generator chugging away in the background keeping this remote roadhouse operating. Size 181cm (W) x 91cm (H) 

Wolfe Creek” No bodies in sight. This piece is a pastel but I enjoyed the image so I have redone in an oil painting called “Craters Edge” Size (Already framed with white matting) 70cm (W) x 85cm (H)

Boab Blue” Semi abstracted Kimberley landscape. I think Boab trees project a sense of age and wisdom that comes with the witnessing of time passing.  Size 61cm (W) x 91cm (H) 

Poised” A lone Heron waiting in a peaceful Kimberley billabong.  Size 40cm (W) x 50cm (H)