Category Archives: Joseph Zbukvic
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Share ‘BY THE BILLABONG’ A quintessential Australian scene which I painted with some reservation because I feared I was too obvious and a bit kitschy. However, once I got into it, I really enjoyed it all while accompanied with a … Continue reading
Share ‘PARIS REFLECTIONS’ I visit Paris every year and always stay in the same hotel in the Latin Quarter near Boulevard St Michelle. My room offers a great view and good painting subjects in comfort if it’s raining or I … Continue reading
Share ‘MILKING TIME’ I use cattle and animals as actors in my work quite often. If you look at their positions and posture you can see how they direct your eye through the picture plane. By making some look directly … Continue reading
Share‘VENICE IN WINTER’ Most paintings of Venice portray it in sunshine and full of colour. I try to visit it when it is meant to be devoid of tourists, in dead of winter. However there is no off season in … Continue reading
ShareJoseph Zbukvic’s current exhibition at Red Hill Gallery showcases his stunning paintings from all over the world. A master in watercolour his atmospheric renderings accurately depict the mood of many romantic cities. Whimsically portraying the sensitivity and emotion of his subject matter Zbukvic will seduce … Continue reading