Australia Zoo Markets were 3.5hrs drive from home and as we got closer to the zoo it was apparent that the 0% chance of rain may not happen. The clouds stared to build and its was getting darker the closer we got to the zoo, then it started to rain half an hour from the zoo.
I’ve spent most of the day framing postcards and wrapping everything in bubblewrap for the markets tomorrow. I can’t believe what I have created in the past two weeks, once you see it all spread out on the table.
I will highlight the Australia Zoo Market collection in this blog as they will be available on 1st August 2020 at the Australia Zoo carpark, along with my postcards.
I’m loving the thin brush with the really long bristles for painting long smooth strokes found in grass and twigs.
The red backed wren was photographed at Australia Zoo last year when I was walking around Bindi Island.
The koalas fur starts off like a squirrel and seem to change further down the body and almost become more like the wool of a sheep.
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.