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Dingoes Guard the Wreck

Dingoes Guard the Wreck

“Dingoes Guard the Wreck” by Owen Pointon. SS Maheno Hospital Ship WW1 N.Z. Armed Forces. This painting and limited edition prints will be on display in venues on the Fraser Coast QLD. for ANZAC Day celebrations.

 

Owen Pointon at the Terra Nova Gallery in Kuranda

Meet the Artist Owen ointon at the Terra Nova Gallery in Kuranda on the 5th of December from 10am to 2pm. Owen will have you in stitches!

Owen Pointon at the Terra Nova Gallery
5th December, 2014.
10:00am to 2:00pm.
15 Therwine Street, Kuranda QLD 4872
(07) 4093 8814

Meet Owen Pointon Wildlife Artist

Here is a short film by Jennifer Frei of Frei Films about Far North Queensland Wildlife Artist Owen Pointon.

About the Film Maker, Jennifer Frei

“James Cook University’s art degree has assisted me with intercepting the filming industry where I have discovered an immense passion to create short films while enjoying Cairns’ glorious tropical environment. I also love being around people and interacting with my film subjects as I created their promotional films. While my passion in art lies in photography and film, I have been known to work in many different mediums.”

“My intentions in the near future are to further develop my skills in special effects and 3D animation and integrate this into my career in film making. I have started a Vimeo channel where some of the films I’ve already produced can be seen at my Vimeo Page”

https://vimeo.com/freifilms

New Paintings added to Galleries

Owen has just added two new painting to his gallerie. “Egret in the Blue” and “Lone Kookaburra“. You’ll find these paintings and many more features the beautiful wildlife of Australia in his Paintings and Prints galleries as well as other local galleries that represent him.

 

Artistree Gallery

I am proud to announce that I have been invited to exhibit my work at the new “Artistree Gallery” in Yungaburra.

Slowly, Slowly

New commissioned painting and and limited edition print by Australian Wildlife Artist Owen Pointon. Enjoy these Koalas!

Slowly, Slowly

Slowly, Slowly