Nudgee Beach Early – Artist Tony Walker – Watercolour
Nudgee Beach Early
watercolour’ 26x74cm – ‘suburban beach, but feels primeval and remote in early morning cloud.’
Based in Queensland Australia – landscape and figurative artwork – worldwide locations – remote, coastal and urban Australia.
Media: Watercolour, acrylic inks on paper and canvas and other media.
Tony’s Focus is on interpretive painting – conveys character, spirit, mood, authenticity and portrays the character and spirit of his subject – landscape or figurative.
He has his home studio in Brisbane Australia and he also has a studio at Noosa on the Queensland Sunshine Coast. He travels widely on painting trips in Australia and elsewhere. An important part of his creative effort is in ‘en plein air’ painting, including painting in remote and urban Australia and participation in Urban Sketchers’ events in cities worldwide. He is a member of local and international art groups, and exhibits regularly in galleries and art shows . Tony was selected in FabrianoInAquarello international watercolour festival in Italy 2018 and 2019. He tutors workshops in ‘Expressive Watercolour’ and ‘Urban Sketch’ (pen/acrylic ink) periodically in Brisbane.
Extra Soft Varnish Brush. These economical brushes are made of very soft golden nylon filaments, a black aluminium ferrule and a matt black wooden handle. Ideal for the easy application of varnishes and as a general soft, wide brush for watercolours, acrylics and oils.
Australian Artist and Curator of Fish Lane Studios - uses these brushes to wash her clear glowing colours across her pages - check out Wyn's Art Gallery and shopping page:
This drive is one of my favourite moments in a day - on the left the houses drop away to become the Noosa National Park with twisting Banksia and She Oaks - mixing with a plethora of other tropical beach plants ......... as you round the corners you catch a glimpse of what is to be the most welcoming swim in warm tropical blue waters - a little aqua tips the edges - then the car and/or the bike (as the cyclists peddle every weekend) tears you away until the next rise - follow the white line is a memory - a perfect day for memories given the rain we are experiencing!
56 x 76cm - watercolour & ink on 300gsm cold pressed 100% cotton rag art paperSOLD
A new development has been the combination of squirrel and taklon.
TAKLON for point and spring, SQUIRREL for colour carrying capacity.
This mix gives a superb brush for watercolour in particular at a much lower price than sable.
Artwork size- 31cm x 41cm (approx. A3)
Printed- Limited Edition Giclee’ Prints
Artwork- 50 of each design signed and numbered LE Giclee Print
The beginning of 2020 in Australia had us see the loss of over 1 Billion native animals in over three states.
Artist Statement ‘From the Ashes’
The 4 artworks I have created are a representation of the loss but also the hope for the future, that in time the survivors from the fires will rise ‘From the Ashes’.
I have decided to paint the native Australian wildlife in ash colour tones to represent the bleak burnt ground that is left behind long after the fire has passed, with the addition of a splash of colourful sprouting flora representing new beginnings and a butterfly, transformation.
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