The cattle and sheep station "Bunginderry" near Quilpie in south western Queensland is home to contemporary landscape artist and former school teacher Annabel Tully.
She started her artistic career working under the tutorship of internationally renowned landscape artist, Mandy Martin.
Annabel was encouraged to investigate Mandy's use of ‘colour, mark and texture to become signifiers of special places’ within the landscape. She now places an emphasis on the use of found ochre to create a sense of place in her works.
Recently she was a finalist in the Norvill Prize for Australian Landscape painting, featured in the ABC Television programme Painting Australia and has toured twice with Queensland ArtsLink touring exhibitions.
Her works are held in private collections in Australia, London, Hong Kong and France.
When she's not painting or scouring the landscape for ochre, she's working on the property, raising her five children and studying nursing.