Category Archives: Latest Works

These pictures have been added in the last couple of weeks. Tell me what you think – or not.

Parachilna Creek

You can’t visit South Australia’s Flinders Ranges without seeing Parachilna Creek. The road runs alongside and several times crosses the creek-bed. These two Eucalyptus Camaldulensis (River Red Gums), must be many centuries old, and have withstood countless raging floods and scorching summers.

Watercolour. Image size approx. 26cms. x 36cms.
Framed size approx. 45cms. x 56cms.


Quorn Railway Station

Quorn was once a thriving terminal on South Australia’s narrow-gauge railway system. You can still ride on steam or old diesel-hauled trains and even tour the Pichi Rich Railway Preservation Society’s workshops. The railway station is the Quorn headquarters of the volunteer-run railway.

Watercolour. Image size approx. 26cms x 36cms,
Framed size, approx. 45cms x 56cms.

Peterborough Property

This is the largest watercolour I’ve done so far, at slightly more than 160 cms. long and 84cms. high. It’s a view of a sheep grazing property a few kilometres North-East of Peterborough, South Australia, showing the typical red soil and dry grass of the area. I love this countryside, and so it was a pleasure to paint.