Beverley Wallace

Beverley's second work shows Martin’s Hut in Longwood Forest, situated in the Fiordland area of New Zealand, South Island. It was built in 1905 for a water race maintenance worker in the time of the Gold Rush. This was the first hut providing overnight accommodation on the Te Araroa trail, walking northwards from Bluff. No matter how old and battered, the huts provide a haven for the night.

Beverley has given us this lovely painting of a typical Chinese waterscape scene. I just love the foreground detail and colours and anyone wanting to know how to paint water reflections would do well to study what Beverley has done here.