Livingwith Koalas artist Julie-Anne GATEHOUSE

100 Artworks for a Koala entry 1 byJulie-Anne Gatehouse.    Title: ‘ Koala with native Australian wildflower crown ‘  – acrylic on canvas

100 Artworks for a Koala entry 2 by Julie-Anne Gatehouse: Title:: ‘ Gum Leaves on Pink


Artist based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

100 Artworks for a Koala entry 1: Title:: ‘Koala with a native Australia wild flower crown ’ (featuring Pink Heath, Sturt’s Desert Rose, Tasmanian Blue Gum and Royal Bluebell (the state floral emblems of Victoria, ACT, NT and Tasmania).

 Size: W 40.6 cm x H 50.8 cm (16” x 20”) | Medium: acrylic paint on canvas panel

100 Artworks for a Koala entry 2: Title:: ‘ Gum Leaves on Pink

Size: W 30 cm x H 42 cm (12” x 16”  | Medium: acrylic on canvas

“Although koalas are not classed as endangered they are protected by law as their habitat is under threat.  Nearly 80% of their habitat has been lost to land clearing, drought and bushfires.  Urgent action is required as it is believed they could be extinct in New South Wales by 2050. Koalas are a part of our national identity and I feel it is important to be involved in this project. “ Julie-Anne GATEHOUSE

Julie-Anne Gatehouse is a self-taught artist who works with acrylic paint on canvas. A mixture of abstract meets traditional landscapes and animals with the use of vivid colours and unusual perspective. She paints from the heart with raw techniques attempting aesthetic pleasure in the hope you will enjoy viewing her work as much as she enjoyed creating it.

Living with Koalas 100 artworks