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Some years ago in the SMH I saw a photo of your painting of a small blue coloured bird snuggled down in the bow of a wooden boat… the bow line hanging to the water. This image has stayed with me .
I thought of it as a perfect image.
Today I found this site . I have enjoyed looking at your wonderful paintings.
Thank you, Elizabeth, that is lovely to know. The painting is called The Migrant and features a swallow resting in the bow of a boat. You can see it in my ‘Prints’ section on this site. Somebody else saw it in the Herald and drove across Sydney to buy it from the exhibition; unfortunately I don’t know who they were.
Just bought a copy of the book you illustrated, “Whose Nest” and was dazzled by your mastery of watercolor and beautiful compositions. I collect children’s book that have gorgeous illustrations. Love your work and your site. Your paintings are
soothing to my soul which is so welcome right now after all the political drama here in the US (I am no fan of Trump). I might just go have another look at your book!
Thank you, Sharon, it’s very nice of you to take a moment to write. I’m always delighted to know my work is appreciated.
We like your paintings. We just read your book “Whose Egg?” that we liked very much. We had fun guessing what was in the egg.
Mrs. B’s Kindergarten Class
Thank you, I’m very glad you like my book.
My son, Easton and I, enjoy your book Whose Egg? I actually bought this book some time ago and now enjoy it with my two year old.The paintings are beautiful. I purposely turn the pages very slowly so that we can admire the water colors.
Many thanks for writing, it’s good to hear.
Just received your Australian Pelican giclee print, it is really beautiful, the quality is amazing.
I live near the beach at The Entrance NSW, we have a lot of pelicans here and I thought it appropriate to have one on my wall in our apartment, yours was the ideal choice.
Thank you Guy.
Thank you very much, Keith, that’s great to know.
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