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Pooky is having another adventure seeing the beautiful sights of Uluru in Central Australia.
Completed with watercolour pencils (no water added though) on high gsm watercolour paper.
This will join 12 other Pooky illustrations in a calendar.
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This is done in acrylic paint on canvas, and it reminds us to relax and enjoy life, to take time out and daydream.
Thanks Carol, I am learning to load these images this is the second time because I didn’t have it at a higher enough resolution…oh dear! still learning. LOL
– Lorna Gerard
still love it just as much xoxox
Too cute for words Lorna, it is adorable!!
Oh thank you so much. I always tried to runaway away from the word cute, but looks like I have to get use to it, and realise that Pooky is cute!
Thanks again Catherine. I love that you called Pooky he, because I was trying to keep Pooky either or sex, as I do exactly the same. Think the series will become a group of Pookys, because they seem to be becoming different sexes with each adventure. Lol, what fun.
Oh so cute and he has his little cork hat for those dreaded flies lol so he does not have to do the aussie salute lol
Yes I remember those dreaded flies in Alice Springs, as I had just set up my easel and oil paints and my eyes were instantly covered with flies, and I remember wishing I had one of those cork hats as I realised that was why they are so popular. The aussie salute is not possible with brush in hand. Lol
aw, so so adorable Lorna, i love all the colour infused and the aussie touches with the hat and the red earth!! :) (oo and the cute bush mice) xx
Thanks Karin, I have some really lovely memories of Uluru. xx
this is so cute!
Thank you so much.
Gosh Lorna, you can put it p as much as you like, this is just great
Thanks Malcolm, I have an awful lot of art here at home, sooo much!!
Many thanks Anita xxxoo