Black Rock is another of those mid-Northern towns in South Australia that declined almost to nothing when the railway disappeared in the late 20th century. But then, Black Rock was never more than tiny.
Pencil drawing. Image size 17cms x 26cms. Framed size 34cms x 44cms.
Quorn, still a railway town in the mid-North of South Australia, is home to the Pichi-Richi Historic Railway. The Engine Shed was used as such in the heyday of railways here, when through-trains could carry passengers as far North as Alice Springs.
Pencil drawing. Image size approx. 18cms x 24cms
Framed size approx. 35cms x 41cms.
Early one winter morning on the Amy Gillett Bikeway, near Charleston, as the sun was beginning to burn off the fog.
A group of farm buildings and rusty stuff that took my eye, on Lewis Road, in the hills above Charleston.
Watercolour Approx. size 44cms x 63 cms inc. frame
An early stone barn near the corner of Jungfer and Juers Roads, Charleston.
Watercolour, approx. 56cms x 73cms inc. frame
This is our local pub, and although I painted it during January, a hot, dry month with no rainfall, I thought I’d try a ‘wet’ look, just as an experiment.
Framed size approx. 45cms x 54cms.
Our local pub at Charleston is the favourite for miles around. Maybe it’s the old-fashioned feel of the place, or the friendly service, or the food. Whatever it is, people come from miles around, every day of the week.
Framed size approx. 44cms. x 60 cms.