Australian How To Paint

Sun Catcher

The seaside with its vivid colours, endless movement and constant change is Scott Christensen’s muse. His work commits to canvas the beautiful crystal clear days south eastern Queensland is famous for as well as scenes of blustering seas during dramatic storms and local attractions such the distinctive Byron Bay and Coolangatta headlands. His subjects are close to his home and close to his heart and this shows in his careful rendition of colour and the attention to detail in his work. child Scott remembers often

As a , drawing cartoons and even winning a stamp design competition when he was just ten.

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