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Sharing the journey and stories from the present and the past to educate, inform and entertain you.  With the love of nature, the eye for detail, Tony shares his real life ventures into the outback to seek out those rare and hard to find birds and bring them to life in the form of stunning art work.

Entries for 'African art'

A safari in a shed

The Dallas Safari Show as a real eye opener for the boy from Australia – a bit like Crocodile Dundee must have felt when he landed in New York City! My hotel was a 3km walk from the Show, so I set off on foot via McDonalds for breakfast on the way. It was then I realised that no-one walks in Dallas – everyone drives for a reason.  Here I was, all dressed up in suit and tie for my day of spruiking art, and I thought I wouldn’t make it alive. The armed guard protecting McDonalds was a real give away that my transport planning was seriously flawed!

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BIA 2019: The Noble Quest

BIA 2019: The Noble Quest

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Responses to The Blurry Line

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A safari in a shed

A safari in a shed

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Armed and dangerous in Africa

Armed and dangerous in Africa

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The blurry line - bad & contemporary bird art

The blurry line - bad & contemporary bird art

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The 30 year painting

The 30 year painting

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When galleries start disappearing

When galleries start disappearing

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Cassowary dreaming in the wilds of north Queensland

Cassowary dreaming in the wilds of north Queensland

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