Paintings for sale by Dawn Lim
Commissions available
Abstract paintings for sale, Local landscape sceneries of the 
Pyrenees Wine Region of Victoria and portraits can be commissioned.

     Dawn Lim Visual Arts


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My take on Spirituality

Posted on 19 February, 2020 at 5:30 Comments comments (0)

I have been busy on a new Facebook page called Spiritual Arts & Humanities @dllartshumanities

I've been drawing and posting things of a spiritual nature. Its been very enjoyable for me and I hope all the friends who have come to join me, are finding it interesting. Perhaps something else to think about other than all the troubles we can have in this life, ma...

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Life After the Bush-fires #bushfirerecovery

Posted on 15 January, 2020 at 0:30 Comments comments (4)

Hi there, 2 weeks into the New Year and after the fires I've done a few things to be happy about. I'll share some long shotPhotos in my studio ready for the exhibition in March, still have work to do though. 

Also I'm sharing a painting (the green trees) I've dedicated to the #bushfirerecovery which is to be found on my Bluethumb profile, link on my home page, should you care to look please give it some love.

We had a great escape from a fire behind us. Chai, my husband praye...

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What will 2020 hold in store for the future!!

Posted on 31 December, 2019 at 6:20 Comments comments (0)

I thought I'd been struggling too much again with my abstracts and I saw a painting I'd done 10 yrs ago, and I remember vividly the struggle I had with that, so things havnt changed they've just gone full cirlce, and I'm still learning and feeling the same insecuriities, ha ha , What will the future hold I wonder. I'll show you the Painting, I called it Sharman just 10yrs ago, I hope in the  new Year 2020 I will have those same feelings of struggling and bringing some expression onto can...

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Christmas is upon us,

Posted on 19 December, 2019 at 0:00 Comments comments (0)

It definately is Christmas season again, I was blessed to have 3 sales on Bluethumb this week.  I showed all of them on my last few blog posts. It's a wonderful feeling and makes it all worth while when someone actuly loves what I'm doing. That goes for all the people who follow me and like my posts and to those who actually purchase. I love what I do and the gift I have been given, I have been doing it really all my life, and gives me great pleasure to see others enjoying my work.

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Time for clay and wax

Posted on 9 December, 2019 at 2:50 Comments comments (0)

I recieved a wonderful gift for my birthday of an amount of money to spend at my art supplier Rad Mac Ballarat, I purchased a 10 kl bag of hand building clay and 20 A1 sheets of University cartridge paper, which I can paint on with my beeswax medium and oil paint. I am putting them to good use straight away, photos to follow and I am happy to say I dont feel I have wasted anything this time round :) Thank you Jenny .

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A very busy Month November

Posted on 30 November, 2019 at 5:50 Comments comments (0)

I turned 70 and must be in a hurry because I have been able to paint more work than I had all year lol. I have done 3 sketches of pooches for ladies from the Beaufort Market, I have painted a scene for a friend in America, who has paid me in Golden paints, which I am looking forward to using, I made up 4 jars of wax medium and have been experimenting with that on some beaut University cartridge paper that I bought, which I think i have wasted about 4 sheets with gesso which buckles them, but ...

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New Moonambel Landscapes

Posted on 22 November, 2019 at 3:25 Comments comments (0)

I have been getting up early in the morning and going out Painting in some high spots I know where I live in Moonambel, Pyrenees Shire Victoria Australia.  I had to choose cool days because it gets so hot in the sun but these two were rather cold, I thought I would freeze to death as well as battling the wind which blows the canvas over me.  I was glad it was acrylic because its drier but then the sun dries out on the pallette faster so I have to keep mixing the colors, as any artis...

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Latest Abstract

Posted on 23 September, 2019 at 8:10 Comments comments (0)

The weather has not been good for painting outside so I have been painting abstracts again, and this last one  has been the most satisfying abstract I have done in a long time. It has a wash exposing some layers beneath and I love the colours together, especially the dark moody Blue. Bluethumb the online gallery have chosen it for there staff picks which has been a lovely surprise.

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New Direction.

Posted on 11 September, 2019 at 5:15 Comments comments (0)

I have decided to take a new direction and paint all the wonderful scenery that take my breath away when I see them as we drive to various locations. It will take a lot of effort because of distances to travel we are usually rushing through to our destinations. I am determined to make special trips just to stop and paint and take photographs as I love working Plein air and in the studio. Sometimes they can be brought to completion in the studio after starting in the outdoors with photographic...

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Final entry for portrait prize

Posted on 22 August, 2019 at 19:50 Comments comments (1)

I have started again after breaking all the rules I set Myself,  started very amateurish  but regained the momentum.  Here's a video of the slow start, and final results. I spent around 6-8 hours to completion.