Saturday, April 30, 2016



Koala Painting
Mother and Baby

Acrylic on Canvas

This painting is one of my more pronounced paintings done with what I refer to as my Texture techniques. I have a lot of influences in my art from both collage and mosaics. I love this type of art work.

I am also celebrating the vibrant colours of the Australian Bush.

Koalas are a superb animal and one to be very careful that we protect as the there numbers are very sadly diminished.

I hope you enjoy

Kerrie

PS as always my paintings are for sale. Just get in touch if you have a favourite Aussie Animal or Bird you would like me to paint.



Koala Painting
Mother and Baby

Acrylic on Canvas

This painting is one of my more pronounced paintings done with what I refer to as my Texture techniques. I have a lot of influences in my art from both collage and mosaics. I love this type of art work.

I am also celebrating the vibrant colours of the Australian Bush.

Koalas are a superb animal and one to be very careful that we protect as the there numbers are very sadly diminished.

I hope you enjoy

Kerrie

PS as always my paintings are for sale. Just get in touch if you have a favourite Aussie Animal or Bird you would like me to paint.

Sunday, December 27, 2015



"The Bush after a Summer Shower"
Acrylic on Canvas
(Size = 24"×24")

The Australian bush is dry in Summer where we live. We have just had aummer showers in the last 24 hours and flowers bloom whilst puddles of water evaporate. The bush smells fresh and the plants make the most of the precious water.



"Walk on Country" by Kerrie
Acrylic on Canvas
(Size =24"×24")

It is so good for the soul to walk on Country. If we live far away a trip home is rejuvenating. It is important to spend time in the bush and recharge as well as let go of tension. In the bush you feel happy for no real reason and it is impossible to get angry or frustrated when you walk where the animals normally only go!



"Blood and Sweat on the Hand"
By Kerrie Thomsen

Acrylic on Canvas (24"×24")

This painting was inspired by my people and other close family clans getting together to celebrate Christmas. So much of my culture is lost (blood on the hand) but our culture is changing and growing with young people showing the way. My people love to work the land, love to be in nature and bring their own food to our special feasts (blood and sweat on the hand)

I hope you enjoy.

Kerrie