DRUMMOYNE ART SOCIETY exhibition – Sept/Oct 2023

How lovely to receive a Highly Commended for my piece ‘Forest Shadows’ in the members exhibition and then for it to sell straight away. My recent piece ‘Pink Sands’ received many comments, and the buyer made a return visit 20mins before the exhibition finishes to purchase it. I was glad I’d had it framed by …

New work – sand dune shadows

Find Sand Dune Shadows in the water series SOLD


I stood and watched the wild, waves spraying up against the rocks, took a few photos and came back and sketched this with inks, paint pen & Inktense pencils. Watch this space for the painting I hope to do from this!!


A quick art installation before breakfast. Thanks @outfieldcafe Yeo Park, Ashfield. Great coffee, great food and did I mention the new art on show until August 8th!! Follow me @suzysayslook

In a good cause

Dropping off a few paintings today, to Breakfast Point Rotary Club Exhibition. Funds raised benefit the Haemotology Research Unit at Concord Hospital. Some Art & Craft for everyone. 3 days only!!


Not a lot of time to paint so far this year as the “back by popular demand” Mamma Mia the Musical has taken up a lot of my time, rebooting the costume designs for a fab new cast. Fortunately, I finished painting ‘The road to Alice’ in Jan and was lucky enough to have it …

It’s here & it’s great!!

My newly upgraded website is online and I think it’s terrific! There is always the rush at the end and the last few bits and pieces to iron out, but Regina from iMechanism.com.au made it happen. Huge Thanks!! If you are reading this, thanks for having a look. Please explore and enjoy!

Highly Commended at Drummoyne Art Society Exhibition

Ord River – West Kimberley I love this piece and the judge (Paul McCarthy), approved too. Acrylic inks & paint on Arches 300gsm watercolour paper. I love the vibrancy of inks, but no second chances when you paint with it, unlike watercolour where you have time to blot or wash it out. Beautifully framed in …

Road to Emma Gorge

Loving the colours, the acrylic inks and the challenge of capturing an impression of the landscape in the West Kimberley.