I created the safari fashionistas because I wanted to try something different and add animals to my repertoire. Working with textures and natural colors was really a fun wind-down from my typical use of funky colors in my other drawings.
Progress marches through South Australia’s Mid-North with the blades of wind turbines sweeping in the winds that cross the Gawler Ranges to drive a rusting galvanized iron windmill, an icon of Australia’s rural past.
The Perceiver collection depicts wave-particle duality in Quantum physics as abstract landscapes.
This image, like the other two presented here, is a digital art image, based on a photograph, then manipulated on the computer, to result in a fanciful depiction of tulips grown in my garden.
Sixteen million tourists visit Venice every year and probably every one of them is carrying a camera. Coming up with a fresh photographic approach is thus a considerable challenge. I had two influences percolating in the back of my mind when I visited Venice for the second time in 2010.
“Drawing is something that has always come easy to me, but I lacked the passion for it until I discovered the world of Faerie.” – Alison Spokes
Botanical figures representing the four seasons, inspired by the work of Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
Matt Politano’s photographic prints represent a capivating fusion of myth and reality.
Jonathan Grauel’s visual artwork illuminates individual reactions to everyday situations and environs on a material and spiritual plane.
When I travel, I’m not drawn to tourist attractions. Instead, I wander down back streets, through old buildings and markets; spaces rich in atmosphere & texture.