An offering of art,

story telling and

a journey

to wellness..

Wild Offerings is hours forgotten gathering pebbles,

shells and obscure driftwood.

Forest walks of discovery. 

The smell of moss on stones after the rain.

The exquisite colours of berries.

It is the wild flowers picked. It is the admiration of 

perfection for a solitude feather.

Wild offerings is the silent beauty we find in nature.

Captured in our spirit, heart and home.




May 20, 2020

Recently I was contacted by an artist who asked me 'how did I decide on my style'? It is quite a difficult question to answer as there are so many moving parts to the creative process.

After giving their question some thought I relised that this conversation has many more layers to consider especially if we focus on the most recent activities of artists today. Just to be clear this is purely my own interpretation and opinion but it may be a thought you have had also. 

Unless you have been living under a rock over the past few centuries it is virtually impossible not to be inspired by others. I feel 'we' the creative community are all somehow connected by the many visual references from past and present artists. 

Being an artist emerging into the professional art world is about finding the lane which meets your artistic language which highlights who you are. Ironically a big part of this comes down to how much we do choose to remove ourself from the external influences of o...

February 6, 2019

Creating this art piece was a joyous journey. It was an honour to paint the feeling of being totally aware that I had arrived on the other side of a tough period of my life. After being unwell for four years, I felt the need to celebrate a new found gratitude for the life I was living and the land I called home. Throughout the four years I was unable to paint I utilised my time by creating gardens across two acres of land. This painting is dedicated to the reciprocal exchange between myself and the land.  

Some of the elements found in this artwork are representing the garden I have been planting and the native vegetation which grows here. The lotus flower in the centre represents the human spirit. The lotus flower known for its symbolism of purity and rebirth emerges from the depths of murky waters and mud to display its brilliance. 

Along the pathway towards the stream we have a forest of native banksias which connect to an area of new tree plantings....

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