Mar 19, 2013
Sydney Harbour as viewed from the point north of the Art Gallery.
It is called Mrs Macquarie Chair: she was the wife of our first govenor, and liked to sit on the point looking out on the harbour. So they named the area after her.
I was there last Sunday doing some watercolours, it was windy and
the sea was breaking over the rocks.
Watercolor on paper: 26 x 36cm
(Will suit an IKEA "Ribba" frame AU$14.99, with some trimming of the mat)
Third painting in my Tasmania Landscape series. It's based on the history of the Recherche Bay area, where a French Expedition ...
A changeable day produced a mess of a watercolour! But I kinda like it, rain drops and all. Jimmy's Beach Seascape, 30 x 42...
Sitting next to this lovely grove of ti-trees I was happily painting, with hubby taking photos. The manager drove passed looking co...