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  • Bear.

    Bear.

     Painting Bear by Ann. Not for sale

  • Boab Trees

    Boab Trees

       OUR KIMBERLEY ICON – THE BOAB TREE The only place in the  World to find the unusual Boab Tree is the Western Australian Kimberly region The Boab is a very slow growing tree and it takes hundreds of year to grow into a beautiful specimen.  They flower and fruit in the wet season therefore, most tourist never see them in leaf or flower.  They have a gorgeous big white flower with a pinkish hue and perfumed.  The seeds are very high in vitamin C.  The young leaves are nice in a green salad. When commercially grown, Boab trees are harvested at about 6-8 weeks of age, their root is the size and shape of a large carrot.  Like carrots they are in bunches with the tops still attached, and are peeled then sliced or grated and they are delicious

  • Country scene

    Country scene

    Painting Country scene by Ann Deepwater. Deepwater Art by Five. For sale  paintings. Landscape,

  • Flinders Range

    Flinders Range

     Painting Flinders Range by Ann, 

  • Flinders Range

    Flinders Range

     Painting Flinders Range by Ann Deepwater. Flinders Range Landscape, Oil, Framed, Painting, Oil, on, board. An oil painting by Ann de Jong. ADJ11

  • For a drink

    For a drink

     Painting For a drink by Ann Deepwater. Down for a drink Oil on Board ADJ16 SOLD

  • Fowl Yard

    Fowl Yard

     Ann, Painting, Fowl, Yard, Chook, 

  • Fuchsia Flower

    Fuchsia Flower

    The   first   fuchsia   was   discovered   in   the   Dominican   Republic     the    late    17th    Century    by   Father    Charles    Plumier,    a missionary   and   botanist   of   that   time.   He   named   the   plant Fuchsia   triphylla   coccinea   after   Leonard   Fuchs,   a   German botanist    who    had    died    100    years    earlier.    Incidentally,    his name   was   pronounced   ‘Fooks’   so   perhaps   we   should   be pronouncing fuchsias as ‘fooksias'. With   the   discovery   of   other   fuchsia   species   it   wasn’t   long   before   the   hybridisers   got   to   work.   The   varieties we   see   today   are   the   result   of   many,   many   years   of   careful   hybridising.  Not   all   were   the   result   of   long   hours of   pollinating   and   cross   pollinating   or   selecting   the   best   one   out   of   hundreds   of   seedlings   or   the   long   wait for   the   first   flower   to   appear   to   see   if   it   was   unique.   Quite   a   few   were   chance   seedlings,   the   most   famous one   being   ‘Mieke   Meursing’   which   was   found   growing   on   the   bench   under   a   plant   of   ‘R.A.F.’   It   turned   out   to make   one   of   the   biggest   impacts   on   the   show   benches   ever   seen.   It   was   a   delight   for   both   the   exhibitor   and nurseryman.   It   had   all   the   qualities   needed   for   a   show   plant   and   it   produced   enough   cutting   material   to make any nurseryman more than happy. Nature takes over again!    Fuchsias   were   at   their   peak   of   popularity   in   the   Victorian   times   when   the   head           gardeners   of   large   houses grew   pillars,   standards   and   pyramids   to   line   the   driveways.   One   such   gentleman   was   James   Lye   who   was head   gardener   at   Clyffe   Hall,   Market   Lavington.   He   became   a   grower,   exhibitor   and   hybridist   of   fuchsias and   produced   plants   eight   to   ten   feet   high   and   four   to   five   feet   across   the   base   and   by   1866   was   described as Champion Fuchsia Grower in the West of England

  • Gentle Man

    Gentle Man

     Not for Sale  Gentle Man

  • Gypsy Pops . Acrylic Landscape

    Gypsy Pops . Acrylic Landscape

     Has been sold   The Grass is always Greener on the other side landscape   Acrylic on Board These Horses are called Gypsy Pops SoldADJ18 

  • Kitchen Dresser Still Life

    Kitchen Dresser Still Life

     Painting, Kitchen,  Dresser, Still, Life, Ann, The Dresser still ife Oil on Board Kitchen Dresser A Must in every Kitchen a few years ago ADJ04

  • Lady Portrait

    Lady Portrait

     Sold Ann's Painting 

  • Roses a Still Life

    Roses a Still Life

    Sold  Roses a Still Life

  • Rosy

    Rosy

     Painting Rosy by Ann . Sold

  • Stable Mates

    Stable Mates

     Painting Stable Mates by Ann Deepwater Stable Mates rural scene ADJ17 SOLD

  • Stockman's Hut

    Stockman's Hut

     Ann, Painting Stockman's Hut. 

  • Summer Harvest  Still Life

    Summer Harvest Still Life

     Ann Painting. Summer ,Harvest,  Still Life, still life by Ann 54 x 68 approx. Fresh Vegies Oil on board  ADJ09

  • Summer, Fruits, still, life

    Summer, Fruits, still, life

     Summer Fruits still life ann Oil on Board 54 x 68 Mouth watering ADJ02

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