Artist profile

Location Kiama

Artist Type Semi Professional


In the past I have mainly been a cartoonist. Lately, I have hit on a niche with my latest paintings of Dinki Di Aussie Art. A Kangaroo smoking a pipe, a Koala smoking a cigar, and a Emu in party mode all painted on a Dirty Pour.

  • About

    Bright, colourful a little bit out of left field with a hint of cartoonism and a touch of ridiculousism. With a lot of imagination.

    I paint mainly for my own enjoyment if people like my art it is a bonus.

    In the past, it has always concerned me that my backgrounds were bland, since discovering the 'dirty pour' technique my artwork is taken on a new life.

    I'm definately not into landscapes or paintings where a photograph would suffice. In my paintings I endeavour to bring a smile to the viewers face. For example, a kangaroo smoking a pipe or another one wearing a Army slouch hat or a Koala in a bandanna smoking a cigar or a Rabbit a little worse for with a black eye patch

  • Biography

    I am a retired real estate agent, having had numerous businesses in and around Kiama in the past 50 years including electrician, real estate agent, squash courts, a printing business, a golf driving range, and sand art souvenirs.

    I am a councillor on Kiama Council, now serving my 6th term, I bowl at Kiama Bowling Club Club.

    I've been married 52 years, to Sandra we have 3 children and 7 grandchildren. We have lived in Kiama for 37 years and will never leave the best place in the world.

    I have had 3 books published one children's book, 'Kiama Blowhole Cup' 2 novels 'Get Tank Laid' and 'Felix, memoirs of a cat burglar' and have almost completed my latest book 'Vengeance is Sweet'.

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