There are two things I can’t do when I’m unhappy: paint and drink (alcohol). I have found that I can only paint when I am in my ‘happy place’ – without pressure of work or housework or the expectations of others. And I only drink when I’m happy. The thought of crawling into a bottle when the world is too much for me … is, strangely, too much for me. So my painting is sporadic, and that’s not good for it because to be an ‘artist’ you need to be at it all the time. I suppose that makes me a painter, as opposed to an artist. I also can’t paint the same thing over and over again. Nothing I paint ever looks the way I intended, yet there are only so many times I can have a go at trying to get it right.

Many of my paintings are done using acrylic paints applied to canvas using old credit and sim cards. The use of these items allows me to ‘loosen up’. As you can imagine, we editors can get a little uptight and fussy at times. Painting without being able to control the medium too well is good discipline for me – good discipline in relaxing!

Many of my originals are available from Blue Thumb at or click on an image in the carousel to see a crisper version here.

And many of my images are available as greeting cards, posters, iPad, tablet and phone covers, furnishings, fashions, journals and more from my RedBubble page at

Or, consider purchasing an original direct from the small selection below:

The Only Way is Up, Baby

The Only Way is Up, Baby two-piece artwork by Jennifer Mosher

The Only Way is Up, Baby is a small two-piece artwork painted (with brushes) on canvases four inches (10 cms) high, 12 inches (30 cms) long and 1.5 inches deep/thick (3.6 cms). Painted in duo-tones of mauve and purple, the canvases can be rotated, but will still point the same way.

Colours used were: Dioxazine Purple and Permanent Light Violet.

This two-piece set is available for AUD$95 including shipping anywhere in Australia. (Sorry, no international shipping.)

Or, purchase as a wall print, iPad, tablet or phone covers, throw cushion or tote bag from Redbubble

Oranges and Lemons

Orange and Lemons - watercolour and ink by Jennifer Mosher

Watercolour and ink on watercolour paper, Oranges and Lemons is a ‘colour first/ink later’ work, the same as Bents Basin and Amazon River.

Although the main theme is oranges and lemons, there are also apples and plums thrown in to the mix.

This bright artwork is perfect for kitchens and utility items such as phone covers.

This small original was created in 2012 on watercolour paper using five isolated/single colours. The finished paper is 24 cm x 16 cm (9.5 inches x 6.375 inches approx)

This artwork ships unframed across the world; please choose whether you’re in Australia or elsewhere.


Or, purchase as a coffee mug, t-shirt, furnishings or notebook from Redbubble:

Paisley Petals (four piece)

Paisley Petals four-piece artwork by Jennifer Mosher

Paisley Petals is a four-piece artwork, completed (with brushes) over four eight-inch (20 cm) square canvases of 1.5 inches (3.6 cms) depth. It utilises one hand-drawn, paisley-inspired pattern, rotated and repeated, and four colours. Each colour appears in combination with two other colours only, in adjoining panels, and two diagonally opposing backgrounds or detail colours never appear on the same canvas together. So, for example, Yellow Oxide and Australian Salmon Gum are not used on the same panel together.

Please note that the image above is a digital composite of four individual images and the patterns are the same size on each piece.

Colours used were: Australian Salmon Gum, Dioxazine Purple, Yellow Oxide and Southern Ocean Blue (Phthalo Turquoise).

This four-piece set is available for AUD$295 including shipping anywhere in Australia. (Sorry, no international shipping.)

Love Me Do

Love Me Do - watercolour by Jennifer Mosher

Love Me Do is a watercolour where the watercolour paper was washed with differing bright primary colours first, then hearts drawn over it in black watercolour pencil. Once I had enough hearts covering the page, I filled the gaps with black watercolur pencil, then ‘watered’ it in. This is the result!

The original is on slightly bigger than A4 sized watercolour paper: 32 cm by 24 cm (12.5 inches by 9.5 inches), including a border not visible here.

This artwork ships unframed across the world; please choose whether you’re in Australia or elsewhere.


Or, purchase as leggings, a framed print, tote bag or travel mug from Redbubble:

Birch Grove

Birch GroveInspired by seeing the late afternoon sun filtered through a birch grove, the original of this is an acrylic on paper in A4 size. This artwork ships unframed across the world; please choose whether you’re in Australia or elsewhere.


Or, purchase as a framed print, t-shirt or iPhone cover cover from Redbubble: