Paintings from 2004, 2005..........

From the lakes in the central high country of the South Island to the sheltered coves of the Golden Bay area there is inspiration everywhere
 
 

 
Clematis paniculata, growing in the Orari Gorge On my wall
Cloudy Peak above the entrance to the Havelock and Clyde Rivers where they merge forming the Rangitata River      SOLD
Sheperds' cottages at Glentanner Station, Mt Cook SOLD
Early snow on Mt Peel 
Sheds on highway 72 north of Geraldine with the Four Peaks Range in the background SOLD
Autumn Peels, on the road to Peel Forest
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Glen Mary Range, Lake Ohau SOLD
Confluence of the Poulter and the Waimakariri Rivers                      SOLD
Autumn Vineyards, Marlborough SOLD
Mt Somers and Mt Hutt, with Rangitata terraces   SOLD
Mt Hopkins, Dobson Valley, Lake Ohau                                   SOLD
Mt Walker and Devils Peak from Mt Gay    SOLD
Lone pine and Big Mt Peel SOLD

Mt Walker
Napenape Headland
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Towards Erewhon Station from behind Mesopotamia
Cass Valley and Lake Alexandrina
Mt D'Archiac and Lake Clearwater SOLD
Four Peaks on a hazy 
afternoon  SOLD
Remnants of Peel Forest SOLD
Spotswood from the main road and what I think is Peaked Hill, please tell me if you know otherwise.                      SOLD
This is Sweet Thursday where she seems to live at Milnthorpe, by the time I was finishing this the water was lapping at my feet...........
Looking up the Rakaia towards Mt Whitcombe and the Whitcombe Pass.
The broken group of lichen covered rock topped with astelia, surrounded by celmisias and snow tussocks drew me to paint this scene amidst ever growing southerly clouds. SOLD
This is a view from Arundel on the banks of the Rangitata River with both Big and Little Mt Peel.                            SOLD
Mt Cook Aoraki, looking up Lake Tekapo from Braemar Station. SOLD
I painted this one looking across Lake Stream towards Mt Whitcombe at the head of the Rakaia River
Looking up the south ridge of Little Mt Peel, the clouds gathering as I painted.
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Mt Whitcombe, 2644m, painted from the same location as the one above. I cropped out the forground and concentrated on the snow fields which were sparkling that day.