Inspiration for Artistree Art by Sherrie Hall
My inspiration for making Artistree Art by Sherrie Hall – Australian digital photographic art patterns came from wandering around the Duggan reserve on Tank Hill at the northern end of Government Road in Peterborough, South Australia. Initially I was attracted to the starkness of old logs lying around and their gaunt structure and shapes. I also fell in love with the kangaroos that went about their business while this strange creature rambled through their landscape. I took photos of roos, rocks and roots with my cheap camera. I enjoyed the peace and quiet while doing so. There were little surprises of birdlife and song. Different flowers appeared as the seasons passed. At home I played around with the photos and came up with the idea of reflections and realized I could make digital art patterns in all sorts of colours using my computer.
I searched for more pictures while wandering the streets of Peterborough and thought of capturing more ideas in other towns and places. From here I have progressed from my original Artistree series of Australian digital photographic art from Peterborough, to collections from many other places in Australia and overseas. Each collection represents these areas. Namely – Alligator Gorge in the southern Flinders Ranges, Bundaleer Forest in the mid north of South Australia, Dare’s Hill circuit in the mid north of South Australia, Port Lincoln, The Grampians in Victoria, Aftermath after the Adelaide Hills bushfires, Covid-19 Isolation Days and Hanoi and surrounds in Vietnam.
All images are available as photographic print, easel mini art, gift cards, postcards and calendars, and include FREE POSTAGE WORLDWIDE. Secure payment is via PayPal by PayPal or credit card. All images are sent watermark free. Click on images to enlarge view. THE IDEAL UNIQUE GIFT!
Check out our travel videos HERE