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Award Winning Australian Watercolour Artist John Andersen has Painting Selected for Exhibition at Bundaberg Regional Gallery



Contemporary watercolour paintings by Queensland artist John Andersen

For Immediate Release – 18-07-2020

Now in his senior years John Andersen’s Australian watercolour paintings are collected and enjoyed by people throughout Australia. Recently, one of his watercolour works titled “Harbourside Walk”, was selected for exhibition at the Bundaberg Regional Gallery’s ‘Here and Now’ art exhibition conveying 2D works from local regional artists. John’s art works invoke emotions, movement, atmosphere, and imagination. With an exceptional eye for colour, John manages to use colour in a way that convey's light and mood. Many of his paintings can best be described as created in a semi-abstract style.

John Andersen’s art studio is located in the small Australian regional Qld town of Woodgate Beach. It wasn’t until in his senior years that he first decided to pick up a paint brush. In only a short few short years John’s contemporary watercolour artworks has attracted attention from both collectors of art and art judges. In only a short period he has won several art awards including several highly commended.

John considers himself an impatient painter one who doesn’t like fiddling, copying from photos, or trying to make something look perfect. He once told a reporter, “I paint not draw, and prefer to create my version of something leaving a little to the viewer’s imagination”.

As an Australian contemporary watercolour painter John’s works continue to evolve.  You can see some of John Andersen’s exciting watercolour paintings by visiting his Website, Facebook Page, and Instagram.