Watercolour Art

Creating art in watercolour is mostly spontaneous, emotional, and expressive.

Watercolour is one of the most beautiful artistic mediums.

Well known for its translucent and textural properties. It is simultaneously simple to get started and difficult to master.

I rediscovered watercolour about five years ago and quickly fell in love with it. The spontaneous and unpredictable nature of it resonated with my soul.

I started to immerse myself in getting to know and understand the challenges of creating with this most beautiful of media.

The analytical part of me loved studying the technical aspects, getting to know the physical characteristics and how they contributed to the wonderful artistic expression on the paper.

There is nothing that can compare to the amazing journey you go on when you first start a watercolour painting.

Letting the water and the pigment mingle of a fresh sheet, watching them dance together across the surface, seeing the amazing merge and swirl and the colours appear to have a life of their own.

I love how watercolour can be controlled, disciplined, wild and spontaneous, all within a single work.

My approach as a watercolour artist is mostly spontaneous, emotional, and expressive. I love seeing texture, colour and movement.

A favourite theme is landscapes, often with dramatic skies and rain.

Though I enjoy a wide range of themes from birds, wildlife, and bright floral often in more stylised and abstract forms.

A gallery of art featuring architecture and the built environment.

A gallery of landscapes, often with dramatic skies, some more traditional, some more expressive.

Most of my landscapes are inspired by inland Australia, especially the outback and rural scenes.


Vivid, expressive and colourful. A gallery of floral or botanically themed art.


Inspired by our unique avian fauna, this is a collection of art featuring birds.

Paintings of mostly native Australian wildlife, celebrating the fauna that is unique to this country.


Vehicles of different shapes and sizes, mostly vintage or rural.