A collection of tanks artworks
The environment is acquiring land for it's new Coastal Renewal Project but hasn't submitted it's forms to the government!
Nothing better than coming home to loves ones.
The great Australian dream.
Slow and methodical, it's the tortoise that wins in the end.
Life hangs in the balance. I wonder how many chickens have died of old age.
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This is my portrait of Andy Warhol using his iconic Campbell's soup can for his head.
With it's brilliant white plumage and impressive sulfur-yellow crest, the Sulfur Crested Kelvinator is a rare spotting for dedicated twitchers and amature fridgewatchers alike.
I have good ideas, it's just hard to squeeze them out.
Life wasn't meant to be over-easy
The wurst insult to a Dachshund.
Looking For Inspiration
To catch a good thought you need the right bait.
Life can feel a little cooped up in the office
The whole family getting together to get their family portrait taken. This painting depicts the chatter and disarray in the moments before 'CHEESE'
Thought clouds are brewing. They cloud my mind as they seed my thoughts.
We're free as birds so why don't we fly away
The rhythmic cycles of life are all around us. Their continuity and predictability help us live contented lives. It's when certain cycles are cut short we are left feeling ripped off and lost.
Forming a pyramid is a sign of well behaved sheep.
Life is like dancing blindfolded in a field of rakes
He likes to Party
Synergy is lost when two parts of one are halved.
Planes can look like a bucket of bolts or safe as houses, it all depends on fear.
Drifting through life can sometimes lead to drifting away from the things we love.
A Melbourne tram sits alone in the Australian outback.
It's all a façade.
A sausage and a sweet pea sitting on the couch watching telly. Working class life in suburbia.
We rode the sheep's back until we legalised greed then we ate it.
There's safety in numbers isn't there?
There's plenty of fish in the sea, for at least a few more years.
Keeping my ducks in a row.
He's a spender blender on a splendour bender.
In WW2 Australian diggers would gather around Furphy water carts and tell yarns. These tall stories became known as furphys. My home town is Shepparton, which is also the home of Furphy's Foundry. Shepparton was founded by Sherbourne Sheppard, a sheep farmer.