Magpie Stories – the prints

Magpies … people seem to either love them or hate them. Quintessentially Australian … an icon associated with many an Australian backyard and many a mad dash on a bicycle

Out for the day – a new Reduction Linocut

It feels like a distant memory … those days when we were allowed to travel about for the day, exploring, stopping for coffee or lunch and wander somewhere in nature. We’re [...]

Still – a new Reduction Linocut

The older I get, the more I like to rise with the sun, or even before she starts her day. And from where I live, it feels like the world is starting fresh every time she rises. I am fortunate to [...]

You are here – a new Reduction Linocut

We were headed for a warm and wet Autumn. Toward the end of March I was driving home to Maleny from Brisbane. Rain followed me up the Bruce Highway, along Steve Irwin Way, then up the hill from [...]

After the Rain – a new Reductive Linoprint

It’s late on a Sunday afternoon. It has been a warm and humid day. The summer rain has come and gone. The clouds hang low over the ridge and there is a feeling of cool respite from the heat [...]

‘Beerwah Rising’ Reduction Linoprint

I finished my latest reduction linoprint two Sunday’s ago … 16 colours over 14 layers. This print was a visual collision of a few art loves of mine … the Glass House Mountains,

‘Glass House’ Reductive Linoprint

Wow … “Glass House” is finished, editioned and framed. This labour of love reduction linoprint has taught me lessons in both printmaking and patience, and has already made its [...]

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