What my clients are saying

Thanks so much for the photos and the lovely CD book they came it, I was very impressed. You did such a good job, we both enjoyed looking at the photos and Duncan thinks you have a very good eye for capturing interesting shots. There were so many pictures you took that Brian didn't get and were're so grateful for that as we had no official photos of the hall and tables or the Haggis address or the guests. I'd definitely recommend you to friends. Thank you!

Suzanne McLean
Nov 24, 2011

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Ruby Eaves

Born in western NSW, then moving to Orange to complete her schooling, Ruby Eaves developed a great love for nature and the beauty of the Australian landscape at a very early age. She travelled extensively throughout Europe and Britain in 2009 which has also greatly influenced her art and appreciation for the antiquity of earlier civilizations. The rustic buildings and villages as well as the countryside have challenged Ruby to depict this in her work.

Ruby studied art in her senior years at school then later at Bathurst Teachers’ College (now Charles Sturt University). Since then she has studied art with a number of leading artists developing her skills in all mediums with her special love being watercolours. After moving to Brisbane in 1986 she furthered her professional career in art and became a member of the Watercolour Society of QLD as well as the Royal Queensland Art Society. She has been a tutor in watercolours at these societies on many occasions.