ink on acid-free card. 9th July, 2017
Fancy some very happy yellows?
Two works were submitted to this exhibition by Ms. Boros :
House Flowers, and a large B1 sized print of Friday’s Floral. Retro Perspective Opening Exhibition . Saturday, 23rd Sept.2017
at GalleryOne88. 188 Katoomba Street Katoomba. NSW .
A B1 Sized print of ‘House Flowers’ is also currently being exhibited at Frogmore House. WSU, Kingswood, NSW.2017 .
The Frogmore House Spring Art Show
Original drawing of House Flowers entered into Fairfield Art Prize
25th Annual Exhibition 2017 at Club Marconi. Monday the 9th October 2017- Sunday the 22nd of October, 2017 along with Chris Mc Biss.
ink on acid free card. 5th July, 2017
These African flowers grow in Australia too, and adapt very well here.
ink on acid-free card. 16th June 2017
This is what I did on a Friday. Lol.
‘House Flowers’ was also submitted along with ‘Friday’s Floral’.
A B1 Sized print of ‘Friday’s Floral ‘ is also currently being exhibited at Frogmore House. WSU, Kingswood, NSW.2017 .
The Frogmore House Spring Art Show From 28th August 2017
acid-free ink on card. 4th June, 2017
Flowers are interesting to draw.
ink on acid-free card. 27th may 2017
In this line drawing example, when you see roses and the deep blue sky,
it is a great visual of two opposite complementary colours.
Linocut print. ink on acid-free card. January 2016
Inspired by the flowers in the garden at night as the moon’s rays highlight and shadow them.
Acrylic on canvas. 15th May, 2012
This partly abstracted painting is expressing the symbolic facets of the human female .
acrylic on canvas. December, 2011
I love roses, especially the Just Joey rose.
The flower can grow quite large, and smells so clean and delicious.
ink on acid- free paper. 26th April 2011
Sometimes the most simple line drawings can be quite simple in their effect on us,
lending itself to a visual and a feeling, that is easy, and comfortable.
Picking Flowers. Ink on architectural paper. 11th April, 2008
There is something beautiful about the sheen of the paper and the black of the ink
that makes the drawing light up when viewed.