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Eastern stony creek frog (Litoria wilcoxii), 14 x 9.5 inches. Winsor and Newton watercolours on Arches smooth hot-pressed 100% cotton rag paper. Framed with a double mat and glass.

Stony creek frog (14 x 9.5 inches)

  • I took the reference photo for this painting of a stony-creek frog (Litoria wilcoxii) on a recent camping trip to D'Aguilar National Park just north-west of Brisbane. The adult male frogs in bright yellow-green breeding colours were abundant all along Neurum creek, sitting out in the open along the gently-sloping rocky/sandy shore. I also recently purchased some Ay-Up narrow-beam head spotlights which make spotlighting (and photographing) nocturnal wildlife much easier! I liked the setting that this little frog was in, and also the general composition of the subject. Please see work-in-progress blog post for this painting here:!Embracing-the-randomness-of-the-watercolour-wetinwet-wash-Stonycreek-frog-WIP-110/c1kd2/562b5fac0cf258da0e9156d1
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