On Sunday, Ann James, Leigh Hobbs, Mark Wilson, and I held the opening of the Between the Pages Illustration Exhibition at Dromkeen.   A ‘giggle’ of children’s authors! As you can see from the pictures, we had a lot of fun – which is inevitable whenever a ‘giggle’ of children’s authors and illustrators get together. […]
In the spirit of Halloween Festivities, here is one of my illustrations titled “Halloween Cats and One Dog.” Happy Halloween! -Gabi X
This small original titled ‘Blended Family’ is my contribution to the IBBY Australia (International Board on Books for Young People) “Mini Masterpieces” fundraising auction. The original artworks are all postcard size and feature Australian children’s book illustrators’ works. An image of my illustration titled ‘Blended Family.’ A list of all the contributors to the Mini […]
I am excited to announce that on the 12th of November, I will be part of a Children’s Book Art exhibition alongside Leigh Hobbs, Ann James and Mark Wilson. The exhibition will take place at Dromkeen Gallery in Riddell’s Creek. Original paintings, prints, books and cards will be for sale. Mark Wilson will also be launching […]
I am a bit late in wishing you all a wonderful Year of the Rabbit. Rabbits are born in 2023, 2011, 1999, 1987, 1975, 1963,1951, 1939, 1927. My daughter Lei Lei  is a rabbit, and she fits her zodiac sign perfectly with her calm and peaceful nature.
A little bird for you with a eucalyptus leaf on her head. Having a bit of downtime between travels and a picture book under consideration means that I have time to play. The dog and the star
This week some new greeting cards arrived from Nuovo Cards. It’s always lovely to see one’s work in another form. The cards can be found at some independent bookshops and gift shops.    
“The question is, are we happy to suppose that our grandchildren may never be able to see an elephant except in a picture book?” David Attenborough.
Strange luminous blue cat perched on a red branch in the night.
    From moment to moment, from one cycle to the next, don’t think of where you are going or where you have been This is the only moment…  
      Chinese brush and ink with watercolour.