A short little holiday and with it a surprise purchase of Derwent Inktense pencils. Let me loose in an art shop, and I'm sure yo come out with something new! They work like watercolour pencils, nicely dissolve but are a lot more intense in colour. This is the first time I've used them, and found… Continue reading Mallacoota
Showers, sun, showers, cloud, and then a ray of light shone upon the seas at Collers Beach, Mollymook! Love the silvery light 🙂
I've always loved the cliffs at the northern end of Narrawallee Beach, so I had to paint them today!
The beautifully clear water and amazing rock formations in and around the Bogey Hole inspired me to do this watercolour sketch. The rocks were moulded with a palette knife, which I find to be a magic technique for such organic rock shapes.
Another rock-pool at the Bogey Hole in Mollymook. The beauty on our door-step is endless and I'm finding new treasures are found everyday!
This afternoon at the Bogey Hole, Mollymook Beach. The Bogey Hole is one of several large natural rock-pools at the southern end of Mollymook Beach. Popular with the young and the old for swimming and snorkelling and magical at all tide levels.
Pen and wash of a couple at the beach. Drawing people has never been my strong point, but spending rainy days studying the skeleton has made it a lot easier and much more enjoyable