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Reflections, George Street, Oil on Canvas. 60cm x 79cm
The Treehouse, Patonga Beach, Oil Painting. It was lovely to see boys doing things that boys should be doing. 76cm x 76cm
Cottae Point Kiosk, Cottage Point. Oil Painting. The Kiosk, on Cowan Creek, great food, The owners Trent and Ange, lovely. it breathes history of living on the Haweskday Rivers past. 64cm x 69cm
There is a quote out of 'Wind in the Willows' and on the Hawkesbury River your can live this quote 'there is nothing-absolutely nothing-half so much doing as simple messing about in boats. - Oil Painting 51cm x 46cm
Smiths Creek, Reflections, When you see a scene on the water, you know you will never see the same scene. That scene is yours and only yours in a flash of your eye. - Oil Painting 91cm x 76cm
The Lady of Cheung Chau, Oil Painting. 56cm x 66cm framed
Music Man - Oil on Canvas.
Fishermen of Po Toi Island, Hong Kong - Oil Painting. 73 x 63 framed
Refuge Bay - Morning Mists, Another scene on the Hawkesbury River, These flashes in time can never been repeated, not the same lights or darks. Not the same mists or the same boats. Oil on Canvas. 107cm x 76cm
At the end of the day on a dam, the earth is quiet, breathing out the day, waiting for the dark. Oil on Canvas-74cm x 63cm framed.
The bright sunlight shines on the water, boats lie at rest on the sand, around the corner is Church Point and the ferry pier to Scotland Island, on the Pittwater. Pastel Painting.
Brisbane Waters, Gosford Powerboat club, across the water the sun sets sending up purple, blues and golden light into the sky. A lone powerboat is wending its way home - Pastel on paper
From Dangar Island, looking up the Hawkesbury River, to the Brooklyn Bridge spans as the setting glistens on the water. - Pastel Paintng
Lake Mclwaine, Zimbabwe, I wanted the colours to make the viewer feel the warmth of the day, a hopeful sailer on a calm water. Pastel painting
Play for me - Queen Victoria, George Street, Sydney - Watercolour
In 1918 the first radio message to Australia was from from Prime Minister Hughes of Australia who was in Carnarvon,Wales to Sir Ernest Fisk in in Wahroonga, NSW. His message was to the people of Australia about the Australian troops who saved Amiens in France from the Germans - Watercolour
Play for me - Queen Victoria, George Street Sydney - Graphite, charcoal and pastel on paper.
Seagull, Hawkesbury River- Oil on Canvas
At Bobbin Head, the fish hover below the walkway waiting for snacks from the restaurant patronage. they look like they are floating in the air, with the wishful Seagull. - Oil on Board.
After the Opera at Carriage works a light drizzle was falling, sending light bouncing off the side walk.
The couple were going home walking under the street lights, towards the glow in the distance. Oil on Canvas. 61cm x 61cm
Kookaburra Call 61cm x 77cm Framed
The Letter - Montmartre, Paris - Oil on Canvas. 120m x 84cm
Darling Harbour in the rain. Walking to work, in the soft fall, occasional runners and children passing by. Part of the heart beat of Sydney. Oil on Canvas 61cm x 76cm
The Fisher Family of Lama Island, Hong Kong. Oil on Canvas 101cm x 71cm- framed
Nude - Graphite 77cm x 60cm Framed
Sunset - Hawkesbury River 67cm x 50cm Framed
Farming Country - Watercolour
Pittwater Sailing - Oil on Marine ply 106cm x 56cm
Music Man - Hong Kong Cheung Chau Oil on Canvas 70cm x 49cm
Possum delightm- Pastel 36cm x 36cm
Cottage Point Sunset - Pastel 56cm x 40cm