I spent about six months in 1994 drawing up this family tree for my mum. She had done all the research over many, many years, the slow and painstaking way, long before anyone dreamed up ancestry.com! It was before my now adult children were born. I worked Monday to...
Hot pinks, bright oranges, lime greens and precious purples – I just can’t get enough. I’m sure it started with mum’s love of quilting brilliant Thai silks.
Pirate, dragon rider, dreamer, artist, super hero, poet or adventurer … don’t be afraid to follow your dreams, little man, and be proud just to be you.
This biro drawing was inspired by a lesson from Andrea Joseph. I found a collection of my mum’s seaside themed pewter keyrings and got to work.
Celebrating our loyal Australian Terrier, Sully. Protector, guard, snuggler, companion. I sketched him as he slept – his usual occupation in his old age.
The “angel” my daughter can sometimes be (as much as any teenager!) – with her precious dog in her arms. Mixed media painting inspired by Kelly Rae Roberts.
Trundling across the French countryside on a fast train, doodling flowers for my mum
Pencil drawing of my baby daughter at 6 weeks old. I can still remember how incredibly soft her skin was, and how she snuggled in to me.