Artist Profile

Gail has been featured in Australian Artist Magazine and her work was chosen to feature in “Master Painters of Australia and New Zealand”. Articles in magazines and newspapers over the years are too numerous to mention.


Gail’s painting subjects include Australian Birds, Australian Landscape, Australian Historic
Buildings, Australian Rural farms, Australian native Flora and Fauna, domestic flowers, seascapes, as well as iconic Bendigo paintings embracing local streets, cafes, buildings and historic Bendigo Trams. Vibrant oil, acrylic, pastel and watercolour paintings also feature oriental inspirations as well as some contemporary visions.

Gail has been winning awards and high commendations for her paintings since 1981 and her works grace walls all over the world as do her limited edition art prints which are now in high demand.

Photography has always been an intergral part of the way she sees her subjects and has helped to recognise how to paint tone and see the quality of light. Gail has been winning awards for her photography since 1964 and most of her photographs are still full negative works on film, however it is the digital age and some of her new works are digital. The section “Trams, Trams, Bendigo Trams” gives an insight into some of the photographic images produced from her historic photographs taken 40 years ago. “The Last Days of Bendigo Trams - 1972” is a collection of over 40 photographs which can now be purchased in small, medium, large and very large prints on paper and some selected images on canvas. All are historic, nostalgic and very collectable. Bendigo Tram journals are now available with Bendigo tram images on front and indented on inside pages. Badge sets featuring tram images are also available - great for collectors and all in limited edition.

Gail’s works have been featured in Australian Artist Magazine, Australian Guild of Realist Artists - Hues Magazine, Bendigo Magazine, Postcards Magazine, Pastel News, Focus Magazine, Tourist News, Bendigo Advertiser and other publications too numerous to mention. Bendigo Tourism nominated Gail for “Tourism Supporter of the year” for her work in promoting the city of Bendigo through new artist trail brochures. Gail has also conducted many art workshops over the years and been a regular judge at local art shows and photographic exhibitions.

New works feature on the blog as will new information on exhibitions and other art related events.


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