I See A Person Running. What can you see?

I See A Person Running. What can you see?

I am searching for shapes when moving colour on any surface. It is a normal human trait to see patterns. When I see something others tend to see something else. It is the same here in this piece that now confronts you, if you ever walk into my house..

  • Spring colours -  Tronson du Coudray  

    As a member of the Tweed Heads Chamber of Commerce over many years Tronson du Coudray has presented a painting for the monthly breakfast ‘business card draw’.

  • Sport Art  -  Hockey  

    ‘Hockey’ was one of series of art works by Tronson du Coudray on sport.

  • Where they run  -  Cricket Art  

    ‘Where they run’ was one of series of art works by Tronson du Coudray on cricket.

  • Have you seen a marshmallow farm

    How often do you view your surroundings like a child does?

  • The sound of seraphim

    There is a neurological trait known as “Synaesthesia”, which in a crossing of cognitive pathways causes a person to have two or more perceived sensory experiences to a singular actual sensory stimulus.

  • Fruit

    Jo Brookshaw is a regular art writer for Christian Today with her fabulous art works – this one has captured an instant, a moment, with this requisite painting.

  • Captain’s Baggy Green  -  Tronson du Coudray

    ‘Captain’s Baggy Green’ was one of series of art works by Tronson du Coudray on cricket.

  • Bounce of the ball  -  Tronson du Coudray

    ‘Bounce of the ball’ was one of series of art works by Tronson du Coudray on cricket.

  • You can belong

    Here is a picture I painted of the Geelong foreshore. Families love to congregate there and soak up the sun and sea while hanging out together. It’s a picture of belonging. God laid this one on my heart for you all for several months prior to this showing.

  • Adding to the Artist Toolbox

    Sometimes when I draw, I just start. You add a line here or a circle there. It is just following the patterns as they fall on the page. You work into a rhythm and something begins to appear. It is not there just yet but you know you are onto something.

  • Outpouring – Acrylic on Canvas. (desert with fathers face pouring out river)

    This massive artwork is the largest work I have painted with being nearly 2 metres wide and was literally a journey over 15 months.