Bird Art for sale

These art works are for sale at my studio or by individual enquiry by phone or email.

‘ Rooftop dine inn ‘

‘ Rooftop dine inn ‘

This beautiful male Red-rumped parrot spends his days feeding his fledgling. She had so many seeds to eat she couldn’t fit them in , resting them on her beak for later. 😊
They are comfortably perched up on top of the studio roof. I’m pretty sure they are born in the rafters. Between my ceiling and the tin. I listen to them most days chirping ,demanding food and claws scratching the tin. I don’t mind it’s a bit cute they are there. They are very common and we may not notice them most of the time ,but when the sun hits them they become the most iridescent green. 50x35cm $800 not framed

Three is a crowd but 7 is family.

This family sat quietly while I snuck up to get a photo and let them rest peacefully. A gorgeous family of pacific black ducks on a nest in the water , located at Lake Wendouree $1,700

A good spot to rest

I often visit certain water areas near my home town. This day I visited Nhill lake and found 6 pink eared ducks. Couldn’t believe my luck. These two look very comfortably on one leg each, to rest. I absolutely loved the red buoy and I had to paint this. I really enjoyed another breed of duck that are becoming one of my favourite birds to paint. $3,500

‘ WHAT’


While visiting Geelong a year ago I took a lot of photos , taking advantage of being near the sea. I took this little pied coromorant while he rested on the bollard , I found it so pretty with the ropes and his little body perched on top.
I look at my photos and I feel he was happily sitting and I may have disturbed him with the click of the camera , though I was a long way off and he didn’t move but he is looking at me as if to say ‘ what ‘ !!
Pastel 50×25 cm $650 not framed.

Caching the light.

I got to meet this beautiful goose a few years ago while doing a photo shoot to help out a friend. The morning light was so beautiful hitting this white goose. $250 ( no frame )

‘ Water off a ducks back’


I got to photograph this Chestnut teal while I was visiting Geelong about a year ago.
He was having a ball dipping and diving into the water and I enjoyed photographing him and now enjoyed making him my latest original art piece.
49 x 38 cm. $1,700

‘ The safety of home ‘

This is one of my rare ones Done in the studio from life. I found this beautiful nest and took it back to the studio. It had blown out of a tree, very close to a road so I decided it was better to save such an intricate nest. So delicately woven with soft twigs, the eggs were inspired from a little bird called a ‘ crimson chart . They visited here for the first time in my life here and bought out a few babies. So I got to witness some really special moments. Pastel on home made paper $600 (no frame)

‘Blue faced honeyeater’

This wonderful bird flew in front of me while visiting a friend. It was my first time seeing this bird so I was very excited. Pastel on colourfix paper $670

‘The Heart of the land’

I have a love of our Wedge Tail Eagle , you might be able to tell. They are super exciting to see. If you ever have experienced one fly over you and look into your eyes you will understand. Pastel on colourfix paper $600

‘ Shine like no one is watching ‘

Everyone looks at the peacock in his extraordinary display of colour , but have you looked at his partner the Peahen , you really should she is also spectacular in her glistening colour. She shines so bright in the sun. Pastel on Uart paper. $450 ( no frame )

‘ A full time job ‘

I got to meet this gorgeous baby in a wild life part not so long ago. Its a Canadian goose and gosling enjoying each other’s company after they’d had a swim. The baby preened itself while mum checked the eggs. She moved them around a little and then settled down to attend to their needs.
My title comes watching her so busy with a young one and eggs. I’m not sure if the eggs were viable with having such a well developed baby already but she thought they were . What I really loved about my reference with this was the beautiful reflection of the eggs in her soft eyes. It’s so beautiful.
Pastel on colourfix paper. $880

‘On the fly’

My first encounter with this young bird was really by accident. I was driving and noticed her sitting on the ground. She flew off landing in a tree close by. I was able to walk reasonably close so got some wonderful photos. She was a little wobbly on the branch and she stepped down to get a better grip but the branch broke under her weight and she was forced to fly. Little did I know I would not see her for another 3 years. Finding her grown up looking amazing. Pastel on colourfix paper $700

‘ Sleepy duo ‘

The Tawny frog mouth is one of my favourite birds. They are incredibly fascinating. I’m lucky to have one visit a few time’s a year outside my bedroom window and call out for a mate. This is done in charcoal on board. No glass required , treat this on your wall like you would an oil painting. 24×18” $550.00.

‘ Marvellous magpies ‘

Always a welcome visitor to the garden. Love hearing them warble together. Charcoal on board 24×18”. Does not require glass , treat this like you would an oil painting on your wall. A special and unique technique. $550.

‘ Summer time break’ SOLD
‘ Four little ducks went out one day ‘ SOLD
‘ To my surprise ‘ SOLD.
‘ Eagle eye ‘ SOLD
‘ Master of song ‘
Not just a sparrow SOLD
‘Sitting pretty ‘
‘All Aussie outback adventure ‘
‘Golden light ‘
‘Sunbathing with friends ‘
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