Norm Sinclair

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Norman Sinclair's sought after works of high country life result from his first hand experience of mustering in the region. He regularly joins a muster, either astride a horse (not lately), or by 4WD. Forever looking for an angle, his ability to envisage the finished work enables him to construct a painting in his mind. He creates a very small sketch, which he then draws up as quickly as possible so that the feeling is not lost.

Enjoying pushing boundaries with his watercolours, Norm portrays the ruggedness of open space creating imposing vistas with skilful use of contract shadow and colour. Visitors to his studio are struck by his ability to distill the essence of the countryside that they themselves have enjoyed.

Ringo
High Noon, Owaka Main Street
Warren and the Colt
Rob Roy Station, Glendhu Bay
Across the Creek
Otemata Station
Autumn Muster
Horse Cutting North Otago
Heading Out, Coleridge Station
Boat Yard Dunedin
The Roar
SOLD - Six Thousand Merinos Down the Track
Lindis Pass Study
Dogs on the Farm Bike
Working Dogs Queenstown
SOLD - On the Ute
Homeward
Autumn Muster
High Country
Up the Track
Nokomai Station Muster
Working Dogs on Toyota
Cattle Muster
Station Life Woolshed
Herefords
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