Art Painted in various styles and methods.
John’s artworks feature in collections in Australia, New Zealand, England, and USA
Sometimes I use a brush, often it’s a palette knife. It’s nearly always using Atelier Artists acrylic paints. The subject matter varies a lot largely depending on what’s happening in my world. Living on the Sunshine Coast, a most beautiful part of Queensland, Australia, there are ample beautiful things to provide fresh ideas.
Artwork created using a palette knife gives a rich impasto to my artwork, textural as in ‘Haystacks’ and ‘Workboots’ paintings seen above. Using an airbrush gives vivid intense colours as seen in the two artworks ‘Machinery’ above, as well as ‘Tummy Rumble’. Airbrush art takes longer and needs to be controlled and planned, so it doesn’t easily lend itself to the emotional responses such as needed in Soundscapes. A palette knife allows an artist to be more expressive.