Painting Roses by Gay
Painting Washing Clothes by Gay. Yesterdays clothing washing
Painting Girl reading by Gay
Painting Cattle. Shed by Gay.
Painting Boat rowing by Gay. Boat being rowed by men or maybe women
Painting Distant View by Joan. Distant View Oil 31x 26cm JB03
Lavender Field by Joan. Lavender Field Painting Oil 30 x 25.5cm JB04
Painting Old Hut by Joan. The Old Hut Oil 31 x 26cm JB06
Painting Red Poppies by joan. Red Poppies Oil 24.5 x 29.5cm JB02
Painting Pansies by joan. Pair - Pansies and Daisies Oil 13,5 x 19cm $55 pair JB05
Painting Bunnies by Joan. Bunnies at Play Oil on acrylic 20.5 x 50.5cm Great Painting for a child's room JB01
Painting Interesting by Alan.
Painting Lips by Alan.
Painting Face a smile by Alan
Painting Face, Character by Alan
Painting House & Coach by Gay. House & Horse drawn Coach
Painting Architecture by Alan. Architecture Front of building
Painting The Race by Alan. The Race On Rice Paper Watercolour 470 x 570 CAR 10
Painting Pattern by Alan.
Painting Funghi 2 by Alan. Funghi 2 Mixed Medium 500 x 600 Found in damp forrest areas in South Australia CAR05
Painting Sweet Lips by Alan. Sweet Lips on Flaworm Watercolour 460 x 560 CAR04
Painting Stonehenge by Alan. Stonehenge ( after Constable) Watercolour 360 x 440 Stonehenge England CAR02
Painting Butcher Birds by Alan. Butcher Birds Mix Medium 470x 580 $90.00 Found in most back yards in Australia CAR11
Painting Funghi 1 by Alan. Funghi 1 Watercolour Size 340 x 460 Amazing Funghi found in the South Australia forest
Painting Platypus by Alan
Painting Church SA by Alan. Church South Australia Water colour 470x 670
Painting Model by Laine , 78x44cm not framed Acrylic and oil on canvas LG30
Painting Beefeater Plant by Laine. Beefeater Plant Acrylic & Oil on Canvas LG40
Painting Seascape by Laine.
Painting Rural Scene by Laine
Painting Farm House by Laine.
Painting Cumquat Tree by Laine.
Painting Cockatoo by Laine. Cockatoo family 30x40cm framed Water & Pen work A true Aussie bird seen in most country gardens LG33
Painting Kookaburra by Laine. Kookaburra 56 x 45 framed Kookaburra in the old Gum Tree A Joy to hear in the early hours of the morning LG19
Painting The Dancer by Laine The Dancer 30 x 40 Water colour & Pen Keeping in practice for the big day LG35
Painting Elephants by Laine. Young bull elephants Oil on board Enjoying the tussle at the waters edge LG37
Painting Daisies by Laine. Gathering Daisies 52 x 62 Acrylic on board : LG22
Painting Boat Shed by Laine. The Old Boat Shed Acrylic on board Enjoyed the combination of the old shed and boat ready for retirement LG34
Painting Grapes by Laine. Sun lit grapes 58 x 48cm Water colour he light really illuminated the bunch of grapes LG13
Painting Jimmi Hendrix by Laine. Jimmi Hendrix 58 x 84cm Oil and Acrylic ust loved his song "And the wind cried Mary" died much too young LG10
Painting Still Life by Laine. Sold. Still Life 54 x68cm Green Bowl & Fruit Acrylic and oil on board
Painting Country House by Laine. Sold
Painting Musician by Laine. Sold
Painting Dancers by Laine. Black and White Dancers Acrylic on Black Cardboard LG27
Painting Homeless by Laine. Homeless (Soup Kitchen) Acrylic on Black Board 48x62cm framed LG15
Painting Ducks by Laine. Two little Ducks Acrylic & Oil LG42
Painting Pomegranates by Laine. Pomegranates on side board Acrylic & Oil on Board 54x68cm LG18
Painting Country Road by Laine. Sold
Painting Horses by Laine Sold
Painting Standing Nude by Laine. Standing Nude Oil on Canvas 30x40 not framed LG08
Painting Docks by Laine. Sold
Painting Pink Roses by Laine. Sold
Painting Birds by Laine Sold
Painting Race by Laine . Sydney to Hobart Races 67x 58cm framed Acrylic LG 31
Painting Uluru by Laine. Uluru Oil on Canvas 54x68cm framed Storm shower over Uluru LG04
Painting Still Life by Laine Sold
Painting Violinist by Laine Deepwater. Violinist Acrylic on Canvas 54 x 68cm framed Her Flaming red hair was a stand out LG 29
Painting Gypsy by Laine. Gypsy with earring Oil & Acrylic On Canvas framed 54 x 68cm LG26
Painting Pansies & Apricots by Laine. Pansies & Apricots Acrylic & Oil on canvas A cheerful Bowl of Pansies LG28
Painting Basket and Vegetables by Laine
Painter The Cricketer by Laine.
Painting Gum & Roo by Laine.
Painting Scene by Laine Deepwater. Sold
Painting Wall & dog by Laine Deepwater. Sold
Painting Flowers by Laine
Painting Ocean by Laine Sold
Painting Splish Splash by Laine Deepwater. Splish Splash Acrylic & Oil on canvas framed 54x68cm Silly Galas cooling off after a hot day LG17
Painting Country scene by Ann Deepwater. Deepwater Art by Five. For sale paintings. Landscape,
Painting Stable Mates by Ann Deepwater Stable Mates rural scene ADJ17 SOLD
Painting Bear by Ann. Not for sale
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
Painting Flinders Range by Ann Deepwater. Flinders Range Landscape, Oil, Framed, Painting, Oil, on, board. An oil painting by Ann de Jong. ADJ11
Painting For a drink by Ann Deepwater. Down for a drink Oil on Board ADJ16 SOLD
Painting Shed Paddock by Ann The Shed Paddock landscape ann Oil on Board ADJ15 SOLD.
Painting Rosy by Ann . Sold
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
Painting Flinders Range by Ann,
Painting, The Outback by Ann.
Ann, Painting, Uluru land.
Ann, Painting, Fowl, Yard, Chook,
Ann, Painting Stockman's Hut.
The Blue Lady (after McGummbin) NOT FOR SALE
Summer Fruits still life ann Oil on Board 54 x 68 Mouth watering ADJ02
Urn, &, Sunflower, Ann's Painting.
Sold Roses a Still Life
Sold Ann's Painting
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
Not for Sale Gentle Man
Ann Painting. Summer ,Harvest, Still Life, still life by Ann 54 x 68 approx. Fresh Vegies Oil on board ADJ09
Has been sold The Grass is always Greener on the other side landscape Acrylic on Board These Horses are called Gypsy Pops SoldADJ18