Human relationships with the natural environment

in paint, drawing, collage and digital media. 

Visual diary

The Cheese Tree

The Cheese Tree

I met such an interesting, knowledgeable gentleman last Friday, his name is John and he runs the Grafton Tree Farm. He has an amazing array of local natives and he is so helpful too. I have to confess, there were quite a few trees I had never heard of or, that I’ve...

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Hopeful disruptions

Hopeful disruptions

Winter’s fresh chill is in the morning air and though it’s time for the critters to bunk down, I’m sure you’re like me and pleased to be able to get out and see family and friends after the Covid shutdown. I do hope you and your family have been well, safe and...

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I love trees!

I love trees!

I love trees. Trees teach us strength with their strong trunks and spreading root systems. They each have their own unique twists and character as they spread upwards to the light. And their roots twist and curve sometimes out beyond the soil, exposed to the air...

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Shadows of Doomed Innocents

Shadows of Doomed Innocents

Understandably, we are focusing on human health right now with the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic. There is another crisis that as humans, for our own health, breath and well-being we must not forget! Climate change and Australia's environment is not faring well. I was...

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Feral animals

Feral animals

Feral animals were originally brought to this landscape for colonies and domestic purposes, some were released to grow and reproduce as a food source, and others escaped. Unfortunately, most ferals have no predators and are killing our precious wildlife and causing...

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