REDUCTION LINO PRINTS 1
All these fine art handmade prints are printed using oil-based inks on acid-free Fabriano Tiepolo printmaking paper
This stunning small tree has loads of yellow candle-like flowers in the spring. A glorious bush plant.
50 x 36cm, reduction lino, edition 14
A cooler climate banksia highly visible in the bush, found in the far south of Western Australia.
50 x 36cm, reduction lino, edition 14 - only two prints left in the edition
A Flurry of Fledglings
A noisy group of newly-fledged mudlarks, also known as peewees.
15 x 22cm, reduction lino, edition 10
Bowl with Pods 2
From a series of coloured bowls with collected seeds
14 x 19cm, reduction linoprint, edition 8
Mature Firewood Banksia flowers make a bright splash of colour with their grey/green foliage in autumn.
Image size 50 x 36cm, reduction lino, edition 19
This is a semi-deciduous tropical variety with young growth and red flowers which appear after the leaves have fallen. Bauhinia varieties typically have two-lobed leaves which resemble the wings of butterflies. Image size 36 x 50 cm, reduction lino, edition 17
Some 70 species of the native hibscus family grow in the drier regions of Australia.
This is an example of white being made up of all other colours! Image size 36 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 12
The genus Solanum is found all over the more arid areas of Australia. They are often prickly, straggly, nondescript plants which are only noticed when they flower and fruit. Image size 36 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 13
These eucalypts with a weeping habit and large flowers are often used as decorative street trees and look attractive in groups in gardens. Image size 56 x 28cm, reduction lino, edition 15
Another view of this highly decorative mallee. Reduction lino, 56 x 28.
Image size 56 x 28cm, reduction lino, edition 15
A lovely splash of colour in the desert, another beautiful hibiscus.
Image size 28 x 56cm, reduction lino, edition 10
A relatively rare plant which has a lovely fragrant scent with these gorgeous orange flowers.
Image size 63 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 15
A mallee with stunning flowers, found in semi-arid areas of Western Australia.
Image size 63 x 86cm, reduction lino, edition 6 - no more available
In the northern farming areas, these paper daisies create carpets of pink in the springtime.
Image size 39 x 73 cm, reduction lino, edition 12
Dryandra is a Western Australian genus closely related to Banksia. Beautiful flowers and very prickly leaves!
Image size 83 x 58cm, reduction lino, edition 17
A pale pink variety of the beautiful Eucalyptus macrocarpa which I grew from seed in my garden!
Image size 63 x 50cm, reduction lino, edition 14