Creative Artist

A Walk on the Wild Side

Admitting to bursts of frustration, this artist is soon lured back into the fold, once again finding hope, excitement and profound satisfaction as he starts his newest creation. I picked up the brushes and began painting in earnest about ten years ago, having left behind friends, family, London and financial journalism for life down under. I now live in Brisbane with my wife and little boy, enjoying the exotic bug life and marvelling each day about the weather.

The art world has been kind to me over the last decade. I’ve had several shows and sold just enough work to brave the canvas the following year. I also have a local collector of my work whom to the end of my

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