Painting The art here is a mix of oil on various hardboards or canvas, acrylic on canvas and watercolour on paper. Late summer afternoon Sydney Harbour. Acrylic on canvas. Dunkeld. Just out of Bathurst on the western road I came across this twisted, fascinating little tree struggling through the granite outcrops. Oil on board. The General Store, Sofala. Again in the midwest, by the 1990s the building was in a bit of a state – a problem for the owner perhaps, but terrific for an artist. Oil on board. Another view of Dunkeld, a much smaller painting, Acrylic on screen board. Portrait of Australian artist Lloyd Rees. A compelling person, totally dedicated to his art and a giant in the Australian art life of last century. This painting was produced late in his life but, sadly, not from life. The Grove at Magdala. Acrylic on canvas. Pilsener, an acrylic painting from the early 70s based around beach culture. The (primitive) Caravan Park once known as Black Fellows Point Caravan Park near Potato Point on the NSW South Coast. Watercolour. The Ruined Castle, in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney in the late afternoon, Acrylic on canvas. The Sunbathers, Snails Bay in Sydney Harbour at Birchgrove. Watercolour 260mm x 170mm. Snails Bay. Acrylic on canvas. The Estuary, Tasmania East Coast. Acrylic on canvas. Rain shifting in on Chinaman’s Beach, Jervis Bay NSW. Acrylic on canvas. Tree at Red Point, Jervis Bay NSW. Watercolour. Sketch for the above. Belgrave Falls Pastoral, Acrylic on board. The Little Red Boat, Jerseyville NSW Waikiki Sunset. Acrylic on Canvas board. Sunset over Trial Bay & South West Rocks NSW. Acrylic on Canvas board. The Pond, Acrylic on canvas board. 180mm x 130mm Surfing commission. 1750mm x 750mm. Acrylic on canvas.