So much has happened in such a short time! It's been a month of more lockdowns and challenges. I do hope you and your families are staying safe in these difficult times.
This year my regular exhibition schedule has been put on hold and my workshop itinerary has altered considerably. The October workshop in Portugal has unfortunately been cancelled for this year, but I hope to be returning in 2021 once flights from Australia have resumed. So, not to be deterred... last month I released my first online art course! The reaction to "How To Loosen Up Your Painting" has been fantastic, with over 850 students enrolled already. What a joy it's been to be involved in growing the careers of some really fine artists from all around the world.
It's not too late to sign up, so if you are an artist who would like to loosen up and develop your own unique style, please click the link below for more information. It would be great to see you in the course!
Meanwhile, the restrictions on travel have prompted me to explore the wonders of my own backyard... in particular, the beautiful south coast. It's amazing how many nooks and crannies I have found that I never knew existed. Minnamurra is fast becoming a favourite and I have many paintings planned. I've been thinking that, as artists, a break from routine can be one of the best things to really push you out of your comfort zone. It's always about finding that next breakthrough!
A recent weekend to the Blue Mountains produced one painting below "Railway Parade, Leura". along with a selection of other work from my studio.
Yours in paint