Gillian Baldock has been passionate about art and animals for as long as she can remember and combining the two comprises the major part of her art portfolio. Until relatively recently she has worked mainly in pastel, but also in graphite, coloured pencil, scratchboard and occasionally oils.
Animals and birds, both domestic and wild (usually Australian natives) dominate her work, with the addition of a landscape or child’s portrait now and then.
Examples of her works can be found in private collections in the UK, America, Canada, India as well as locally.
Since completing tertiary studies Gillian has attended workshops under many respected artists including printmakers Tony Diegan and Basil Hall, and is enjoying the challenges and possibilities that the printmaking processes present.