When your anger becomes tears
That time you met your perfect match
That Monday feeling
Digging through my childhood memories, remembering those things that us to bring me so much joy.
Oil on board
Married almost as a child to my grandfather, 10 years her senior, she sacrificed her youth to become a mother. After 6 children and a failed marriage, she became a farmer, growing rice and peanuts, and grazing cattle in order to support her children. Always loving and strong but also stern and mysterious, revealing through her gaze the story of her life. This is my homage to her.
Illustrations for DFAT animation Better. Together, developed by Silver Sun Pictures. The animation explores and highlights the recent ministerial statement on engaging the private sector in aid and development.
© Silver Sun Pictures
A fun project that started from a music overdose after a music festival. Later on the songs became the stories behind the drawings.
Scenes from various Indigenous Australian stories narrating the origin of the constellations. The digital illustrations are part of a children's interactive table in the Indigenous Gallery at the Australian Museum, Sydney
Finalist in Tiger Beer Translate Competition 2011.
Finalist in the Qantum Design Awards 2012.
Oil on board
Diptych each panel 25x20cm, overall 50x25cm
This painting is combines my fascination with birds with an expression of my feelings on the birth of my son — an overwhelming sense of care, nurture, protection and sacrifice. Created out of you and nourished by you — your child is your blood, for whom you would give the last drop of your own blood.
Part of a series which explores the ability of digital art to capture the momentary intensity of colour and movement found in nature. This illustration appears in the Curvy 8 book series, showcasing female artists around the world.
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Developmental stage of a children's book illustration & design.
Pencil on paper
Mixed media illustration for digital wallpaper design.
Scarlett O'Hara: [to Ashley] Dreams, dreams always dreams with you, never common sense. Personal project.
Oil on canvas