GOOD NEWS FOR A CHANGE

GOOD NEWS FOR A CHANGE

At last some good news – at least for those people in NSW. Several workshops in NSW are definitely going ahead as long as we get enough numbers to fill the classes.  To find out which workshops these are please look at the Tuition page of my web-site. Best to book early if you can because these workshops will be proceeding with less numbers than normal. Looking forward to tutoring oil painting workshops again – yippee!!

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PARRAMATTA nsw

PARRAMATTA nsw

THIS WORKSHOP IS GOING AHEAD – GIVEN ENOUGH STUDENT NUMBERS CITY OF PARRAMATTA ART SOCIETY STUDIO and GALLERY – SUNDAY 16TH AUGUST 2020 – One day workshop 4-14 HUNTER ST. PARRAMATTA  Painting Rocks Under Water (Ocean Pool) Contact: Christopher Vidal – artistchristophervidal@gmail.com

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BLUE and GOLD-KALBARRI

BLUE and GOLD-KALBARRI

BLUE and GOLD 9×20 in 23x51cm –  is an underwater seascape in oils – painted from one of the most picturesque snorkeling spots in Western Australia – Blue Holes. Blue Holes is a series of reefs and sand hosting many different underwater life forms and numerous varieties of fish. A snorkeling paradise and one I love to paint. AVAILABLE  – PLEASE CONTACT ME THROUGH MY CONTACT FORM. $1400.

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DAWN AT YARRAMUNDI

DAWN AT YARRAMUNDI

DAWN AT YARRAMUNDI 8x20in- 20x51cm. This is an oil painting – a landscape done from a magical morning spent at Yarramundi near Richmond NSW. It is hard to recall such a beautiful morning and I have several more paintings to be done from this particular spot. AVAILABLE FROM THE ARTIST. Please use the contact form.

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MICK’S CREEK IN THE MIST 2020

MICK’S CREEK IN THE MIST 2020

Well there’s been very little news of late as you can imagine, being locked down for some time and with  Covid-19 being at the forefront of our minds and lives. The Great Ocean Road Plein Air workshop was cancelled after 9 days, with border closures being imminent. The group was  very happily painting outdoors each day with not a care in the world. At night we would watch the news and wince as the full horror of what was happening globally and in Australia...

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