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  • Waiting for Hugo

    A New Book!  http://www.windyhollowbooks.com.au/products/waiting-for-hugo

  • Imagination Exhibition

    http://www.salafestival.com/Details.aspx?showid=2488 An Exhibition of animal  Illustrations from the picture book ‘Imagine We Were’, written by Renee Bennett and published by Wombat Books. AND the concept art from Claire’s zine about a girl who  can fly with paper wings, ‘Bernie & the Birds’. Exhibition runs from Friday 2nd August showing until the 25th of August and there will be an artist at work event 1-4pm on the 18th.  Open: Tues - Sun, 9 - 5 The Mockingbird Lounge 63a Br...

  • Reading of Imagine We Were

    Imagine We Were, a book I illustrated has been featured on read to my child.

  • Sian and Eleventh Sheep on Television

    Sian and the Eleventh sheep are making their second television appearance. The book will be read on Wurrawhy, channel Ten Tuesday the 23rd of October. It is written by Kyle Mewburn who has been busy writing other great books.

  • Portraits

    here is a selection of the most recent portraits I've painted.

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Portraits 

My cards are positive, colourful and humorous.  I use watercolour and digital collage to create the designs.  Quaint expressions and things kids say inspire the words on the cards.

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Books

Books  I have illustrated five books and there a couple at the printers and I am working on one at the moment. The first book I illustrated was A Little Bit, published by Omnibus here in Adelaide.

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Handmade

Handmade things 

 I am constantly experimenting with crafty things.  

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Portraits

Portraits 

I enjoy painting portraits in watercolour.  The portraits are in my ‘big head ‘ style so they are not realistic and everyone looks about 3 years old.

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