This handsome little fellow is the Green and Golden Bell Frog. He’s part of my latest body of artworks called “Noble Spirit – Australian Wildlife Portraits” which was on exhibit at the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens in 2017. I originally photographed him as part of an assignment for Australian Geographic several years ago but, it was never published. How could … Read More
From a secure high perch, the Squirrel Glider extends the flaps between its wrists and ankles – then soars. This portrait photo served as the cover, through two editions, of the classic tome by the Australian Museum, called The Complete Book of Australian Mammals. Interested in seeing this delicate portrait as a fine art print? It will be on show … Read More
The exhibition wraps up!
What a great exhibition! Hundreds of tourists, both domestic an international, went through the Palm House – that little jewel of a gallery tucked within the royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney. Their comments in my visitor’s book and on tape confirm how amazed and delighted they were by the wildlife portraits. In addition, the ‘Noble Spirit’ exhibition was visited … Read More
You are invited…
…to attend my latest exhibition “Noble Spirit”. Once again, I’m at the renowned Palm House, a little jewel of a gallery tucked in the middle of the Botanic Gardens in Sydney. This latest series of artworks features some of my best images captured over many years of travels throughout Australia. But with a difference. They no longer look like “straight” … Read More
Judging The Nature Conservancy Photo Competition 2016
Nature Conservancy Australia contacted me in June to see if I’d be interested in being a judge for this year’s Nature Photo Competition. Of course I would! I’ve admired the work of the Nature Conservancy in the US for years. They also spread their activities around the globe and have successfully protected over 48 million hectares of land and thousands of … Read More
Art Show Prizewinner!
Did you know this artwork won a prize? “Ragged Red” which is on the wall at Shorethyme Gallery Restaurant right now, won the People’s Choice award at the Central Coast Art Society exhibition, Kariong, New South Wales. I was never more surprised in my life. Dumbfounded. You see, I had entered the competition on a whim. I had recently joined … Read More
These two ladies got a bit excited
Two visiting photographers from the Central Coast are lost for (new) words after viewing the Natives exhibition at the Palm House, Sydney.
Yo soy Chilena, she says
A tourist from Chile comments, in her native Spanish, on the Natives exhibition at the Palm House, Sydney.
John Blyton sees “The Hand”
A photographer/artist from the Central Coast comments on the Natives exhibition at the Palm House, Sydney.