Singing To Tibrogargan by Heather Delaney

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ARTIST NOTES: I cannot explain the connection but instead painted what I felt of this overpowering sight at Tibrogargan Glasshouse Mountains Queensland where the Willy Wagtail pair sang melodically to the weather carved gorilla like mountain. Using a full sheet of 640g hot pressed paper pouring watercolour to create those massive crevices. The Chemistry leaves me breathless.

DIMENSIONS (Height - 107.00 cm X Width - 82.00 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Watercolour on Paper
GENRE Landscape
REGISTERED NRN # 000-41579-0142-01
COPYRIGHT © Heather Delaney
PRIZES AND AWARDS No Awards

 

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Artist: Heather Delaney



ARTIST BIO

Heather grew up at Jimbour on the treeless plains west of Toowoomba where the vast horizons shimmer and melt into infinity. Heather has been involved in art since her teenage years, an active member of the Dalby Art Group, participated in four McGregor Art Schools, worked as a professional photographer and is a current tutor and member of the Redcliffe Art Society after serving on their committee for many years. Students embrace Heather’s ‘just have a go’ attitude especially when using the watercolour “pouring technique” to allow the water to take you on an exciting, colourful, unpredictable journey.  Heather also teaches paper stretching, pouring transparent washes with water based mediums, the use of masking fluid and how to retain white paper without using a lot of brushwork.

Achievements include, exhibiting in group shows, selection and winning sections at RAS (Redcliffe Art Society) Art of Excellence, Eva Hekel Award, Mayors choice and numerous awards at local shows. Her latest achievement being selected by ‘The Australian Watercolour Muster’ and her working “Pinching Pomegranates” to be displayed worldwide in the catalogue for FabrianoInAcquarello Italy 2020. Winner of Best Watercolour at the Brisbane Macgregor Lions Art Extravaganza 2019.

More of Heathers work can be viewed on her Facebook page ‘Heather Delaney Art’.