SAS Artworks by Paul R. Farley



Paul is a Sydney based artist (originally from Newcastle, NSW) and began working as an artist full-time in 2000, but from 1983-2000, he was working mostly in the printing industry, creating art in his own time (self-taught, but in a direction to learn the techniques of the Old Masters, which seemed to reflect his ‘dreams’ on how his work was to be), and entering into exhibitions whenever possible. He also loves to travel – visiting New Zealand, Europe, UK, Scandinavia, Ireland and the United States. His subjects range from landscapes, seascapes, aviation, maritime, other military history subjects, portraiture, nature, science fiction and surrealism, as well as some works in sculpture. His work has been featured in books, magazines, newspapers, radio and briefly on television and in 2000 he received the major commission to create the original oil painting used to produce the huge mural print featured inside the Temora Aviation Museum. He also enjoys creating and exhibiting works in scale modelling, which can certainly be viewed as an art in itself. And also as a photographer, he has a particularly keen interest in aviation, maritime and nature subjects - especially macro nature photography.

Paul's artworks include,

  • SAS Vehicle Extraction

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Launch artwork