During the month of August, I made my SALA Festival debut with my online exhibition, ‘Australia: Through my Eyes’. It was great to share more than 40 original oil on canvas paintings with a wider audience and be a part of an event that celebrates South Australian living artists. Fast forward to a few months
Art of Roscoe in real life - 10 of my works were accepted for the 2022 Glenside Lions Art Show. The event launched with its Gala Opening Night on Wednesday 26 October at the Burnside Town Hall. My artwork was amongst 300 works of art from community based artists, with proceeds going to Catherine House
What a remarkable country we live in. I snapped this shot during my recent WA trip at Elephant Rocks, aptly named as the huge granite boulders resemble a herd of elephants meandering out to sea. A potential subject of inspiration for some new art.
I’ve been busy putting together a collection of works for this year’s SALA Festival. This will be my first time exhibiting in this event and I’m excited to share with you what I’ve been working on and more details of how you can view my work during the festival running from August 1-31
Back in the studio at home and I’ve had the time to paint a larger work of the sketch I did of Greens Pool near Denmark in WA during my recent road trip to Fremantle. The serenity of Greens Pool lies in an oasis inside the rolling surf of the Southern Ocean and the rain
A recent trip to Robe has got me excited. I have entered this work in the Karatta Wines Southern Ocean Art Prize. https://www.southernoceanartprize.com You could visit Robe on the way to the Coonawarra or hang around for a while. Robe Tourism www.robe.com.au Welcome to South Australia's favourite seaside town. Where to stay in Robe. What