Heartache and Hope -  Red Shield Appeal  

Heartache and Hope -  Red Shield Appeal  

Dr Mark Tronson was the Australian cricket team chaplain for 17 years and when he relocated to Tweed Heads on December 2005 he initiated a season of professional art (painting under his historic family name – Tronson du Coudray)..

  • A delighted read  -  John Hackwell’s latest

    Dr John Hackwell’s latest book is – ‘Saving Death, Surviving God’

  • ‘It’s time to be brave’  -  worth a read

    In the Old Testament book of Daniel, King Nebuchadnezzar builds a giant statue and commands his people to bow down and worship the image

  • Trilogy -  Tronson du Coudray  

    Dr Mark Tronson was the Australian cricket team chaplain for 17 years and when he relocated to Tweed Heads on December 2005 he initiated a season of professional art (painting under his historic family name – Tronson du Coudray).

  • Nothing lasts forever

    Nothing lasts forever here on earth. I know many who are feeling weary after the last 2 years. Autumn is a good time to remember just as the seasons change with the weather. The climate of the world we live in is also forever changing.

  • Burntout -  Tronson du Coudray  

    Dr Mark Tronson was the Australian cricket team chaplain for 17 years and when he relocated to Tweed Heads on December 2005 he initiated a season of professional art (painting under his historic family name – Tronson du Coudray).

  • Van Gogh Unlocked- Paint Life & Movement (Video)

    Van Gogh could readily be known as the greatest artists of all time, especially due to his immense popularity.

  • The Cross is the fire

    A painting that really is fresh ‘manna’ as it is the first painting I have created in quite some time. Being inspired by the creative worship flow that was Shalom Music Festival in Murrayvilley this piece was made.

  • Glory through torn curtains

    Every year for as long as I can remember, I would watch the moon sail across the sky over Easter.

  • It's time to remove the ‘masks’ and live again.

    Just a week ago South Australia made the decision to drop the mandate to wear face masks. So what had been mandated was all of sudden not required. What changed between the 14th and 15th of April I truly don’t know, but that is another story in itself.

  • A different perspective

    I dug into the archives to bring you this one. All the way back to 2014 when I attended a friends wedding. This was shot after the ceremony I was low to the ground shooting the rose petals on the rocks and I looked up and saw this.

  • I like it: Graffiti

    You probably dislike Graffiti. Maybe you do not. It certainly adds something to an urban setting. What that something is depends on your personal preference. Art is subjective, we are all making individual judgements on each piece we see. Why you make the judgement you make, now that is interesting.