2. SOLD – Cloud Study – Artist Julian Bruere – Watercolour
Watercolour | 25 x 35cm
ready to frame on Watercolour Paper
Julian is a watercolourist who draws on a variety of themes, with an attention to landscapes, alpine snow gums, city scenes, maritime themes, figure and portraiture.
As a teacher, Julian educates artists in the importance of drawing and structure in painting. The basic genres are explored in a low-key manner allowing artists to find their confidence with the watercolour medium as well as their style and understanding of subjects. Paintings are made up of Tone, Forms, Colour, Edges and Texture—his teaching concentrates on these aspects.
After many years in advertising, publishing and animation, he now works with the Victorian Artists Society and other art societies painting, teaching, giving demonstrations and judging.
These birds dip and dive a long way off shore – meeting the ship as we sail across the waves – story goes these Terns - are the Boatswains Friend!
Painted after an amazing trip to New Caledonia - the azure blue of the water and the stunning landscape of the isles and their pines!
56 x 56cm – Moulin du Roy – 300gsm cold pressed fine grain water colour paper – water colour and ink
Beach Pandanas – cling to the rocks they are the icon of summer for us ‘Aussie’ kids!
Full sheet – Moulin du Roy – 300gsm cold pressed fine grain water colour paper – water colour and ink
Not For SaleNow Part of the Permanent Collection of the'Shaanxi Provincial Museum of Fine Arts'
Xi'an China - from the 5th Silk Road International Arts Festival 2018
Full sheet – Moulin du Roy – 300gsm cold pressed fine grain water colour paper – water colour and ink.
Botanical name: Xanthorrhoea grasstree, and in older days - black boy, based on the purported similarity in appearance of the trunked species to an Aboriginal man holding an upright spear.
Watercolour and Ink
56 x 76cm on 300gsm cold press 100% cotton rag watercolour paper
The Strathbogie Ranges in Victoria – Australia are a rugged range of mountains, with spectacular views!
The rocky outcrops and twisted trees are the result of many cold winters and deep snow weathering and cracking the rocks on a daily basis – the colours and shapes are extraordinary!
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