Chris Osborne Art

Watching the bushfire concert and deciding to paint a burnt tree stump gave me the idea to name this painting the Bushfire Galah.

This beautiful specimen of a bird was perched on the branch looking rather fluffy having just had a bath in the nearby creek.

The Pademelons face started looking like a fox, I was about ready to give up

Sorry, had to pause for a spider walking across my laptop, blogging outdoors certainly has its drawbacks that’s for sure.

The one guy I liked was a single penguin stood on the side of the pool, who looked like he was in a daydream of far off lands.

My Aunt was visiting so we decide to have a look for turtle tracks on the beach. We soon found plenty of tracks on the beach from the night before, so...

Just after I photographed this wombat at Australia Zoo, he came racing down the hill to a gate. I thought he was going to be fed by his speed, to my...

While I was camping at Biloela, I was busily setting up my swag tent and hammering in the tent pegs, when I spotted some movement in the field next to me.

I've been wanting to paint a cassowary for a while now, but sticking to my rule of only painting from my own photographs, this was a little difficult.

I must have followed this guy around the creek for a good 10mins trying to get some nice shots.

I could not believe how colourful the rainbow bee-eater was, I was mesmerised by it darting around me.

Back in August 2015 I traveled to Canada with my sister for 3 weeks. We had just hiked to the top of a hill and were looking back down to Lake...

Yes I love my birds and I remember watching them in our back yard as a kid, when I used to live in England.

Corella dam was full of wildlife and I must have photographed around 20 different types of birds in that two weeks I camped there.

This little bird I found flying around my campsite and hopping from post to post catching little bugs. I've now painted a Red Robin from the UK and this time on...

August 2019 I went to Australia Zoo for my birthday and little did I know at the time that this become a source for my first few paintings.

This painting is of a Grey Squirrel is from one of my photographs I shot in 2018 while visiting my home town Filey, North Yorkshire, England. You can spot them running...

While I was setting up my tent and cooking equipment I got a rather large visitor stop by, an emu.

I hold Scarborough lighthouse dear to my heart, so I don't think that I would ever sell this one as I like it too much. I am however thinking of making...

As I traveled the world looking for happiness, I entered the Rembrandt museum in Amsterdam and purchased an artists palette