Entries by rmoore68

Portsea Beach Sheds

Portsea Beach Sheds 8″ x 10″ Acrylic on Board Framed SOLD I recently visited the site where one of favourite artists, Arthur Streeton, painted at Barretts Point in Portsea. After taking lots of photos I walked along the cliff tops and down on to the beaches below snapping pics as I went. When I came […]

Brisbane Ranges Farm

Brisbane Ranges Farm 8″ x 10″ Acrylic on Board Framed SOLD There are certain subjects I am drawn back to again and again. I love painting the Australian landscape especially when you get the golden fields and blue sky effect. This subject is of a farm I spotted in the Brisbane Ranges near where I […]

Hanging Rock (Mount Macedon)

Hanging Rock Fields 12″ x 16″ Acrylic on Canvas Sold The area around Mount Macedon is a great spot for Australian landscape artists. When we were filming for the TV show “Yes You Can Paint” we decided to do an episode at Hanging Rock in Mount Macedon. Local artist, and highly regarded Australian landscape artist, […]

Anglesea Beach 2

Anglesea Beach 2 12″ x 16″ Acrylic on Canvas SOLD Another view of Anglesea Beach with a view across to the next beach. One vivid memory I have of going to the beach as a kid down this way was the colourful array of beach umbrellas, windbreaks and people.

Anglesea Beach 1

Anglesea Beach 1 12″ x 16″ Acrylic on Canvas SOLD First sign of a sunny day on the weekends and Anglesea Beach starts to come alive. Its a great spot for family’s to get away and enjoy the coast on the weekends or their holidays … however it’s an even better spot for artists as […]

Leopold Plein Air Painting

Great morning of painting this morning with the Geelong Plein Air Painters group. I started the group basically to find some other plein air artists in the Geelong area. We are small in number but no doubt will grow in time. So this morning Moyra, Ferdie and I set off to the Gateways Sanctury in […]

On The Easel … What I am Working on

This is a sample of the paintings I am working on at the moment. They are all in various stages of finishedness (not sure if that is a word?) Recently one of my mentors was taken sick. He just stopped painting and posting on Facebook. Now he is a prolific painter when he is up […]