It shouldn’t surprise me, but being ‘on holiday’ suddenly frees up time to paint and draw; when it is equally possible to do the same thing in everyday life.
Here are some images from early this month when we took a visiting relative to the coast and around Canberra and drawing became an everyday activity!
The cliff at Depot Beach, those drooping casuarinas are really hard to capture.
A blind drawing of a chair with books and bottles.
Three blind drawings and water colours done at the National Botanic gardens.
Looking at the sky through the branches of a eucalypt.
The deeply fissured bark of Eucalyptus amplifolia, the Cabbage Gum.
The remnant flower stalks of the Gymea Lily, Doryanthes excelsa.