Swimmer Crabs and Lantern

June 2, 2012 § 4 Comments

As a young girl, Emily Hill noticed the watercolours that her father had painted and were sometimes around the house.  When the viewer looks into this painting, one can see a moment in time in Emily’s past; the Blue Swimmer Crabs of St Vincent’s Gulf, the earthy warmth to the colours here and also the Hurricane Lamp.  Which ties in nicely to Emily’s current location of Cyclone-prone North Queensland.

This piece sold during the recent exhibition and the lucky new owner has more then just a watercolour, they have a tale of Emily and her story.

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