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Australia’sTower Hill formed at least 30,000 years ago when a hot rising basaltic magma came into contact with the subterranean water table. The violent explosion that followed created the funnel-shaped crater (later filled by a lake) and the islands seen today. It has been an inspiration for many artists,

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My style is contemporary whilst firmly rooted in realism. I work in a number of mediums, including pastel, charcoal and conte, pen and ink, gouache, watercolour, acrylics, pencil, photography, and mixed media, and am currently painting in oils. I find that changing and experimenting with mediums keeps me fresh and open to learning. I especially love capturing the human face and figure in oils, and photographing the urban landscape, including the amazing graffiti to be found in Melbourne.

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  • Euan Thorburn
    Euan Thorburnover 4 years ago

    ooh!!!
    wonderful and I love
    the information!!!
    xxxx

  • Thank u deeds xxx

    – Roz McQuillan

  • adgray
    adgrayover 4 years ago

    Gorgeous shot – love the perspective
    Chookas! ♥Ü♥

    PS Is this down near Warrnambool?

  • Thanks so much, it’s a bit of a magic spot, about 20 minutes past Warrnambool!

    – Roz McQuillan

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