SOOOOOOOOOOOO THIS WEEKEND, wow tomorrow.. it is on. See you there…

(see the banner above if you don’t know what I am on about…)

Photo: $50  little selfie ....

Little Selfie.

For this weekends exhibition.

See the Banner above!

OVERVIEW of small works

This is the overview of the small works hung (there are more not hung!) for my upcoming show… More detailed views to come tomorrow!

All works on this wall are range from $95 – 1200, depending on the time spent on them and the size. There are other beautiful small works from $50.

A photo is never as good as the real thing so come for a look!


It’s only on this coming Saturday and Sunday! 31 tinning st. Brunswick in melbourne, from 10.30 am till 5.30pm each day.


Oh Studios One

Here is a little study of a study by Rick Amor, it is one of my favourites – though now sold. it is in my little open studio show.

  • 31 tinning st Brunswick, off sydney rd.(tram 19 or drive is easy) then Anstey Train station is literally on the other side of the building! off the Upfield Train line
  • CAN’T AFFORD MY PAINTINGS? NOW YOU CAN.An open studio of small paintings, watercolours and drawings. Including some major works like ‘The Machine’ and ‘Icarus’. All works are priced to sell. There are facilities for internet banking, cheques can be taken, working on an EFTPOS facility.

    A link to the larger paintings is here.

    Feel free to invite people who you may think would be interested.

    Hours are from 10.30 am – 5.30 pm each day.

See me paint – timelapse

Here is a little video that shows a little art paint off that I was in recently down in Warrnambool, the artist I was painting against was the infamous Gareth Colliton, he was good, so good he won. Nathan Pye was the talented man who put it all together. It was the most fun I have had painting in a long time, and I really didn’t have anything to show for the first hour except a few washes of colour. As you can see, it’s not till the end that it shows what I was painting.

Double click on the video for full screen 🙂 I start about 2:45 in.

Arts on the Grass 2011 time lapse from Nathan Pye on Vimeo.