I have been painting for aprox 20 years. I started with lessons in Chinese Brush painting while living in beautiful Mooloolah on Queenslands Sunshine coast and have since moved on to more traditional Western styles of art. I now live in Dumbleyung which is in the upper south west wheatbelt of Western Australia. I have been concentrating on watercolour for lots of years, but also work in pastels, acrylics.
I have a studio/gallery/shop in the main street of Dumbleyung which is called Scally Art. For the past couple of years I have been mainly working on commissioned portraits in acrylics, but have also painted a lot of the local people in pastels.
I love my family, gardenting and flowers especially Australian native flowers, birds, food (especially if it is fattening), frogs and of course any and all art.
My work can be viewed on the following web site.
I got the following email from Kathy. Can anyone help. The same problem has been happening to me also. / Hi Scallyart, I’m sorry to bother you, but I didn’t know who to contact about trouble uploading pictures. For weeks now I’ve tried to upload new work…its all gone fine until I press the red button ‘save work’. The button turns grey, and then nothing happens. Have you had any difficulty, and …
Well what do you know, after a year my 2011 sketchbook, Eternally Ravenous, has finally been taken out at the Brooklyn art Library, to be read. Also the following page has been used by red bubble under their blog. I see some wonderful new sketchbooks being created by everyone for 2012.
Thank you to the person who purchased a mounted print of my print of Frog Transformation. It is very exciting to have someone like my work enough to purchase it on Red Bubble and I wish them many hours of enjoyment. My frog will be very happy to live with you. / Regards Kerry
I am very happy today as I made another sale, but sadly it is my disco crow I made from my Disintegration bundle. I will be sad to see it go. On layby at the moment. I also had a small book printed through snapfish explaining the progression and concept for this work, which also goes with the collector.