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tropical rash shirt Queensland artist

Teal Palms Rashie

Living in the Sunshine State (aka Queensland, Australia) I am always wearing sun protection when in the water – both rash shirts and swim leggings. My ocean rash shirt had seen better days, so rather than scour the shops for a new one, I decided to make my own! Printful

A Tropical Puzzle

I would like to introduce you to ‘Tropico’, a puzzle design that I have created using my own photographs. I was inspired after reading Sir David Attenborough’s recent book, A Life on Our Planet, and his message about the importance of biodiversity. To create this puzzle, I searched through my

New Society6 shop with tropical gifts

Hi everyone – I have just launched a new shop on Society6 full of tropical gifts! There a number of fun and eco-friendly products now available including: art prints furniture mugs and travel cups cutting boards coasters serving trays greeting cards notebooks wrapping paper I ordered some small art prints

Rescue-A-Barrel Project

Recently I was very lucky to be part of Reverse Garbage’s Rescue-A-Barrel Project. Reverse Garbage is a not-for-profit worker run co-operative that promotes environmental sustainability and resource reuse. They sell high quality industrial discards from their Brisbane store. It is a mecca for anyone who likes to create – there

new fabric designs

Exciting news – I now have eight fun new fabric designs available in my Spoonflower shop! They are all bright, vibrant, and with a tropical vibe. I was really inspired by some of the art I created during my Tropical Art Challenge. I have samples of each of the fabrics

Tropical Art Challenge 2020

So one of the things I realised late last year was that I was spending way too much time on social media/marketing, and not nearly enough time creating art. So in the spirit of a new year, I decided to set an art challenge for myself to complete 25 tropical-inspired

Tangalooma Photo Diary

Just a short ferry ride from Brisbane, you can be transported to an island paradise complete with white sand, swaying palm trees, and lots of wildlife. Tangalooma is a resort on Moreton Island, and was one of the destinations we took my Italian in-laws to visit when they came to

Norfolk Island photo diary

Design Inspiration – Palms