Frederick

Prince of the tropical garden ‘Frederick’ the white lipped tree frog,  sitting on a red ‘Lady Di’ heliconia flower and stalking a blue dragonfly.  This painting is 16″ X 20″

Kingfishers Paradise

Kingfishers ParadiseRepresents the many crystal clear waterways that we have meandering through the World Heritage Rainforests and mountain ranges around Cairns.  This is home to the Black Bream Fish, Turtles, Platypus and of course many species of bright coloured birds such as the Kingfisher which is in the foreground of this painting.

This painting is 1800 wide X 800 high  $3,200.00

 

 

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Night School

Cheeky Lorikeet

The Rainbow Lorikeet is a cheeky bird because they come so close to you happily chattering and foraging the flowers in your garden as if youre not there.  This Lorikeet is perched on my Golden Cane Palm in my backyard.  These birds dont eat seeds, but they love pollen and nectar from flowers.  They are always in groups and can be found on the East coast of Australia.  The males can put on a real show for the female and this  behaviour is really the only way you can tell what sex they are.   This painting is in fact sold but I have a few prints on hand.

High In North Queensland

To all you serious people out there – this painting is a novelty joke.  Apparentley – Far North Queenslands Atherton Tablelands is where the best Marijuana crops in the world are grown- due to the beautiful soil and climate conditions.
I believe  that you have to paint something that people like, which will turn heads and makes people smile.  Did you??
 
 

The Tropical Kiss

The screeching of the beautiful Eclectus Parrots cuts through the silence of the Rainforests and echos for miles across mountain ranges to reach the woody plains and outbacks of Cape York Pennisula.  The Male is the Green Parrot and the Female is the Red.  This pair is perched on the Native Penda tree which is the floral emblem of Cairns.

Eclectus Love

These birds are the ‘Eclectus Parrots’ unique to Far North Queensland, usually found in the Rainforests and Mountain Ranges that stretch across to the woody plains to the borders of the out back.  The male is the green bird and the female the red one. Be sure to check out ‘The Tropical Kiss’ painting also of these handsome birds.