These's always something fascinating to me about gum trees and their blossoms. There must be hundreds of varieties and our hybrid is in our front yard. I have painted its leaves and blossoms before, but this time taken a different more looser approach. Watercolour and some ink on 300gsm Waterford Saunders CP paper.
Showers, sun, showers, cloud, and then a ray of light shone upon the seas at Collers Beach, Mollymook! Love the silvery light 🙂
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
Another little practice before I plunge into a bigger one. Taken from photos I took a few days ago at about 7:30am at Molymook Beach. The waves were so beautiful and watching those surfers make the most of these waves was yet another story. I repositioned my self a few times until I kneeled in… Continue reading Morning Light – Mollymook Beach