Wander through an exhibition of my work

Welcome to my gallery of my nature drawings.

I love to draw many things from the natural world, but often usually (!) come back to drawing and painting feathers.

Each one has been created by me and many are available in my Etsy store. (If you click on the link here, you will be taken to my homepage on Etsy. There you will be able to see my work, with more detailed descriptions and photos.) However, if you are interested in buying and don’t want to go through Etsy, contact me directly and we can work it out.

Enjoy browsing!

A selection of my feathers

Other nature drawings and paintings

And finally, some gum leaves

21 thoughts on “Wander through an exhibition of my work

  1. Hello! I arrived here via the lovely Snail of Happiness and I’m glad I did for the drawings of gum leaves alone.

    I’m currently working in Peru and I miss the colours and textures of the bush back home (Hobart), and it does my heart good to see them captured so beautifully in your art. (interestingly, there are plenty of eucalypts here, but the leaves don’t change colours nd curl up like they do back home. No native mistletoe cascading from the branches either…).

    Cheers,
    Toni.

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    1. How lovely of you to drop in, Toni. Gum leaves are so evocative, aren’t they? It is interesting to know that they don’t curl and change colour. Those are the qualities that I most love — well, maybe the scent as well! Now I am off to your blog to follow your journey from Hobart to Peru…..Drop in again. 🙂

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    1. I am glad you like it, but no, there are no prints, and it sold pretty quickly too. Most of my work is just one-of-a-kind. This rose was the result of a workshop I went to. I have been meaning to get back to roses, but other things keep grabbing my attention first!

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  2. You’re very talented Anne! I love botanical drawings, one of my favourite kinds of art. The feathers are beautiful too! I’ll have to have a look through your etsy store xx

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