Autumn Twilight - Manly by Cary McAulay

Currently unavailable for purchase

oil on canvas
40cm x 50cm

Yes, the original painting has been sold! But that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a great looking framed print of this artwork on your wall.
Two interesting points to remember…
1 ) As my originals sell more and more, the prices for my original artworks increases in value! This means that the framed print that you buy of my artwork will also gain in value!
2) I will be working every day at making this a certainty by continuing to create this art form that defines my artistic life!
Invest in my art….watch your purchase gain in value as it adorns your wall.


cary, mcaulay, australia, beach, clouds, coast, island, ocean, scene, sea, surf, water

Cary drew in biro from the age of 4 until his first oil painting at the age of 16. With the strong foundation of the values of drawing when he began painting there was an explosion of bright colour in his art. The creative flood-gates had opened! Cary has won many Art Awards all over Australia, ranging from The Portland Art Prize and more recently the Bendemeer Art Prize (twice).
“With my art, I focus on the beauty of our environment and our effect we have upon the natural world.”

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  • bicyclegirl
    bicyclegirlabout 4 years ago

    What a cool place you’ve created to chill in the twilight!

  • Thanks, this view is from My friend’s back veranda. the colours are ever changing across Moreton Bay… ;o)

    – Cary McAulay

  • Vicki Ferrari
    Vicki Ferrariabout 4 years ago

    Wow, Cary, you are amazing!! :))

  • Thanks again Vicki,
    I am Humbled truly …
    Thank you for your kind comment… :o)

    – Cary McAulay

  • Maryann3
    Maryann3about 4 years ago

    Fascinating view. The cool blues are fetching – nice work.

  • Thanks Maryann – yes my reference photo I took was in August and that is winter here in Brisbane, so that evening was cool-ish. those roofs are reflecting the sky to some degree.

    – Cary McAulay

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanabout 4 years ago

    superb wow! to paint roofs and poles and to make them look interesting sure is talented! wonderful colours!

  • Thanks Virginia,
    I have always loved Queenslanders and their roofs …and yes I find power poles etc beautiful as well…but not like a tree as such. to combine human endeavour with nature is something I like to do.

    – Cary McAulay

  • helenamc
    helenamcabout 4 years ago

    Cary, I have to agree with Virginia….I have never seen such a stunning image…given the roofs and telephone poles….but you did it! and Wow! beautiful work my friend.

  • Thank you Helena your comments humble me :o)

    – Cary McAulay

  • Redviolin
    Redviolinabout 4 years ago

    This is really beautiful …luminous , fresh , atmospheric…..

  • Thanks for that Christine, really appreciate it- :o)

    – Cary McAulay

  • Carolyn Bishop
    Carolyn Bishopalmost 4 years ago

    This is so beautiful! Wow!

  • Thanks Carolyn ;o)

    – Cary McAulay

  • Almeta
    Almetaalmost 4 years ago

    This is awesome as well.

  • Once again I am humbled ..:o)

    – Cary McAulay

  • HannaAschenbach
    HannaAschenbachalmost 4 years ago


  • Thanks….that a great compliment! ;-)

    – Cary McAulay

  • MontLaurel
    MontLaurelover 3 years ago

    There’s something vaguely Japanese about this. I can’t quite fathom that impression; whether it’s those distant mountains, the slope of the roof, or the way those utility poles almost appear like Kanji characters? Whatever it is — I like it!

  • I painted it from a photo I took from a friends back Veranda. that’s how it was! I guess I saw something worth painting in that scene. it sold quickly from the Gallery which is situated just behind those roofs! Thank you your comments, they are very much appreciated! Ü

    – Cary McAulay

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