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'Night Tide" Acrylic on Canvas
‘Coral Spawning' 76cmx105cm Acrylic on Canvas
‘Underwater Garden III’ 76cmx76cm Acrylic on Canvas
Inspired by Reef beds, succulents, ginko and imaginary flowers. SOLD
‘Octopods’ 91cmx1cm 36 x 36 inches abstract painting from the Underwater Love Collection.
‘Octopods’, whilst mostly inspired by the beautiful egg clutches of a Female Octopus, also reflects my admiration for echeveria, which is a gorgeous lettuce-like variety of succulents. SOLD
‘Night Current’ 91x91cm or 36×36 inch Abstract Painting from the Underwater Love Collection.
‘Night Current’ drew inspiration from Ginko Leaves and Funeral Lillies as well as the colour and forms of the reef. SOLD
‘Seabed’ 91 x 91 cms Abstract Work from the Underwater Love Collection.
Seabed is a painting where many discoveries were made. Beautiful combinations of mark making and colour that went on to influence many paintings that came after. SOLD
‘Anemone Garden’. Large scale abstract painting from the Underwater Love Collection.
‘Anemone Garden’ takes inspiration from the Great Barrier Reef and all the beautiful underwater gardens of the world. 91x91cm or 36×36 inches Abstract acrylic on canvas painting from the Underwater Love Collection. SOLD
‘Underwater Garden’ is a small scale 40x50cm Abstract Work from the Underwater Love Collection.
‘Underwater Garden’ 40x50cm abstract artwork . Reef gardens are a beautiful world within themselves, a source of endless inspiration. SOLD
‘Seeds & Weeds’ Small scale Abstract tryptich from the Underwater Love Collection.
‘Seabed miniscapes ’ Small scale works from the Underwater Love Collection
Inspired by rockpools and the afternoon colours of the beach on a summers day.