Ellen Palmer Hubble

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Winner of the 2016 Winter Solstice Exhibition with ‘Cowgirls 1’.

Ellen Palmer Hubble with Cowgirls1I am a full time artist currently living at Cape Paterson, Victoria, amidst the captivating skies, beaches and moods of Bass Coast. I recently moved from the Dandenong Ranges and retain a passion for forests as well as rural open spaces.I have exhibited and sold artworks privately since 1985 specialising in portraits, beachscapes, forests and animals. My main mediums are Oils and Watercolour.

Book illustration and commissions are also major aspects of my artistic expression.

Palmer-Hubble is my signature name with credit to my father, Peter Palmer, who also as a painter, inspired me to study art and taught me to ‘see’. My main influences are traditional; from the Renaissance masters, Dutch Specialists, French Impressionists and Australian Impressionists. Other sources of inspiration are Fred Williams, James Gleeson and Blamire Young.

Art is a lifelong passion and an integral part of me.

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  1. My wife bought a couple of your roosters from 1991 – at an op shop as it happened – While we like roosters well enough I must add that she actually was interested in the frames. But seeing they are originals I thought I could look you up. At least I presume they are your work. Thought you might like to know that they still exist.


    • Aleida Jansen

      Thank you for your comment on Ellen’s paintings. I have passed your message on to Ellen and she will be in touch soon.

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