Iconic Australian Birds

Iconic Australian Birds

If I asked you to name an Australian bird what would be your answer? I doubt pigeon would be high on that list. If I asked you to name a bird you didn’t like, you might answer pigeon. If you asked me would I ever include a photograph of a pigeon in my yearly collection I’d probably say no..

  • The eye

    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.

  • Crochet

    Delma Tronson has done crochet for years. Look up Google and you will find many hundreds of entries for crochet.

  • Spirit Wisdom  -  Tronson du Coudray

    Spirit Wisdom was a gifting by Tronson du Coudray. An electrician from our local Baptist church in Tugun SE Qld near the Gold Coast Airport, Living Temple, came and did an electrical job at Timeout in the Tweed.

  • Young writers making a splash  

    ‘Young writers making a splash’ – the 2019 annual art work for Mr Basil Sellers AM who is a wonderful support to the young writer program.

  • ANZAC  -  Tronson du Coudray

    ANZAC was painted for the 2019 ANZAC meeting of the Tweed Heads Chamber of Commerce April breakfast ‘business card draw’

  • Jars of Glory - Oil on Canvas

    This artwork is the symbol of what it means to go from Brokenness to Glory. A painting I did in a time where God was speaking to me about through us becoming broken before him his Glory, his light, can and will shine through us his vessels.

  • Butterfly

    I'm was out supporting my local Salvation Army today, by manning a Red Shield Appeal collection point at a local shopping centre in the city of Bayswater, WA.

  • Koalas are not bears

    Koala’s are marsupials. Bears are not marsupials. They are often called koala bears but that is inaccurate. They do make a great subject to photograph. Some artists say they don’t have favourites when it comes to their own work. I am not one of those artists. I love this photograph that I captured during the last Spring.

  • A Better Day

    In February 2010, one year after the Black Saturday bushfires had swept through Kinglake and other parts of Victoria, a Christian concert was held. It was held in Kinglake to mark the first anniversary of those devastating fires and to promote a hope for better days ahead.

  • Vaccine Policy  -  Tronson du Coudray

    Tronson du Coudray provides an art work for the monthly Tweed Heads Chamber of Commerce breakfast ‘business card draw’ and Tuesday 13 July was no different with this art work “Vaccine Policy”.

  • Teenagers  -  Art agreeably copied

    Tronson du Coudray paints as the ‘Missionary Painter’ with much of his art being utilised as a reach-out and in mission.