Moving into another mountain range

October 02, 2019

Moving into another mountain range

Moving back high into the mountains. Working on a new Paratitahi tarn painting, will show the progress soon. These large and attractive tarns lie in a glacial basin at the head of the Arnst River at an altitude of 1650m. They are both remote and magical yet easily visited on the St Arnaud Range.



Also in News

Working on the fauna
Working on the fauna

June 11, 2022

The Kawakawa, mountain flax (wharariki) and cabbage tree (tī kōuka) are progressing steadily. Its been challenging entwining the kawakawa and wharariki together within the shadowing. More detail aspects seem...

Continue Reading

New Print - Home Hills Run Homestead
New Print - Home Hills Run Homestead

June 03, 2022

Home Hills Run Homestead is now available as a limited edition print of only 150. It is available in three sizes on a range of fine art papers. I visited the sharers quarters and cookhouse after four wheel driving with the kids around the Oteake Conservation Park and...

Continue Reading

Sefton Bivvy - Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park
Sefton Bivvy - Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park

May 19, 2022

 I chose this view from above the Sefton Bivouac, as it shows the smallness of the bivvy in a big, expansive and exposed setting. It is amazing it has withstood the elements for so long, although along the way it has been damaged by snow and repaired...

Continue Reading