Trundling across the French countryside on a fast train, doodling flowers for my mum
An unexpected trip to France – not something that happens every day! Preparing for the trip is half the fun, of course, so first stop was a new sketchbook ..
Watercolour of my mum’s luscious garden in Queenscliff. Brilliant colours, everywhere you look. It’s the perfect place to relax.
I am the quiet, squishing my toes in the sand type of person. It fits well with sitting on the beach drawing the ferries and lighthouses around Queenscliff
Drawing the luscious greens on the Esplanade in Darwin as my husband dashes off for an impromptu game of footy in the tropical heat
Nervously sketching on Lameroo Beach, Darwin while keeping an eye out for crocodiles – and tourists peering over my shoulder …
Sketching in Mitchell Street, Darwin while my poor long suffering husband goes off for a massage 🙂
Cullen Bay is a waterfront area in Darwin with restaurants and cafes. This is my watercolour painting of sailboats waiting to head off on a grand adventure.
In late 2010 my husband and I ran away from home to spend 5 days in Darwin. This is the day we spent at Litchfield Park.