I took Reg and Indigo for a walk, along the Goulburn riverside, then over the suspension bridge yesterday evening. I will be seeking out more relaxing evening walk locations in the area, to explore. I found red flowering eucalyptus and plentiful bees not inspire my painting.
The shared pathway, via a spectacular suspension bridge, directly links two of Greater Shepparton's most popular passive recreation areas.
The bridge is a bright and colourful landmark that allows users of the pathway to move from the Victoria Park Lake precinct to one of Australia's largest outdoor playgrounds, SPC Ardmona KidsTown.
Shepparton is a beautiful city, this time of year. Jacaranda trees are in flower and well tended community rose gardens and lawns with annual flower beds in full bloom in the parks around the town, and surrounding this busy outer city is the farmlands, agriculture, orchids and dairy cattle pastures and the rivergum forests along the Goulburn and the Broken river. The followings are images of my painting of the gum blossoms and bee.
From the painting I created a sticker. see above.
"Ryn Shell is an author and internationally successful award-winning fine artist. Her stories are timeless, her paintings are elegant and beyond fashion"
While the subscription to the newsletter is free.
Monthly subscriptions to the art tutorials, and ebook a month, is a small subscription fee to cover expenses.
australia oil landscape australian landscape bird horses horse dog clydesdale wildlife clydesdales watercolour flowers national park south australia flower teddy bear black swans emu acrylic outback painting birds pilbara seascape