A Little Bit About Myself!
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I am an established Australian artist and have been painting professionally for over thirty years.
I have exhibited extensively throughout Australia and internationally, including exhibitions at the Pacific Design Centre in Hollywood, and the Dyansen Galleries on Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, by invitation of the Hollywood Thalian Society.
My narrative impressionist paintings has been very well received by art investors and by art enthusiasts alike, and as a result I have had a successful art career.
I regularly receive special commissions and licence my work for reproduction. Recently I was commissioned by the Bradford Exchange to paint a series of images depicting Australia and New Zealand's Heroes of Gallipoli.
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I have been commissioned to create many and varied artworks. Among these are included a series of paintings for the Bradford Exchange for reproduction on collectables depicting the 'Heroes of Gallipoli', which celebrated the bravery of the ANZACs and some of their more famous battles. I was also commissioned to paint another two collections of war themed artworks; the 'Battles that Saved Australia, illustrating various WWII battles in the Pacific region, such as Kokoda, the bombing of Darwin and the Coral Sea, and a series of works depicting Australia's contribution during the Great War.
Other commissions include a set of images of ships in famous Australian harbours entitled 'Australia's Romantic Ports of Call', and a painting of 'The Man from Snowy River'. For the duration of the annual Festival of Speed on Tweed, a vintage racing car rally held in Murwillumbah, I painted the centrepiece artwork each year. These artworks were used on banners, posters, tickets and many other promotional items.
I have painted a number of portraits, including a painting celebrating the achievements of Peter Brock, who was to have been the guest of honour at the Festival of Speed on Tweed, but unfortunately died just before the event. My portrait of the sprintcar driver, Danny Smith, commissioned by the QUIT Sprintcar Association, was hung in the National Sprintcar Hall of Frame and Museum in the USA.