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I have just finished the seventh watercolour in my “Fantasy Birds” series and this one has been inspired by rainbow bee eaters. This is the first in the series to have a pair of birds in it and I have included the work in progress below. These whimsical little birds are available in the OzPin It
I missed February in my selection of wallpapers but spotted this one which I am now using on my monitor and it looks fantastic. This wallpaper is freely offered to us by graphic artist Mark Geno Arguelles. Mark Geno Arguelles is a graphic designer, photographer and musician. Geno has a long-standing passion for print designPin It
I was recently approached by a a New York correspondent for HOERZU magazine, Germany’s leading illustrated weekly magazine published by Axel Springer Verlag in Hamburg. Each week they open their picture of the week section with a captivating and exciting image spread across 1 1/2 pages. I am thrilled to say that my photograph of
Lewin: Wild Art Exhibition is about the life and times of John William Lewin (1770-1819), the first free professional artist to settle in Australia. Arriving in NSW in 1800 from London, Lewin’s mission was to collect, draw and publish Australia’s natural history for European audiences. He landed in Sydney, a conventional natural history artist, steepedPin It
I discovered this incredibly clever sculptor whilst investigating the endangerment of the tropical marine life in the Coral Sea. What he has done is brilliant. All of the information is from his website.
THE BREATHTAKING, ICONIC BEAUTY of the Coral Sea has been captured in a new exhibition, called ’Our Coral Sea: Our Ocean Paradise’ at Oceanworld Manly. The exhibition features 25 stunning photographic works by photographers Jurgen Freund, Lucy Trippett, Mark Spencer, Nicola Temple, Tyrone Canning and Xanthe Rivett, all of whom were inspired by the Coral Sea.
I bet you almost forgot, but we didn’t! We are excited to announce our 2011 Best Wildlife Photo selections. Lesley Smitheringale from Australia will be receiving $100 worth of photo prints from Shutterfly, a $25 iTunes gift card (may we suggest subscribing to National Geographic magazine on iPad!), and a stitched Earth Lover patch all
I saw this article in the Courier Mail online and thought that I would share it with you. The article suggests ways of helping the wildlife who come into your garden and making it safe for them. This is so important due to loss of habitat. Of course, you have to be sensible about this