Associate Diploma of Visual Arts
is an award winning Natural History Artist. He has developed skills
and recieved numerous qualifications in a broad range of artistic and
a background in museum preparation work, he has spent the last 27 years
sculpting models of extinct animals, including taxidermy of some of Australias
rarest marsupials. Scientific experts are consulted as are scientific
journals, in order to achieve accurate reconstructions of the subject.
Pauls experience in this field has been both local and international and
his work has been commissioned by Australian museums and international
collectors with some material used by the movie industry.
his extensive knowledge and international experience, Paul also creates
his works of art using traditional mediums such as bronze, steel and stone.
Current work is in Mt Gambier Limestone. A great soft stone for teaching
sculptural skills to students
is an active member in a number of local Australian Art and Sculptural
Societies. He has lectured on "Taxidermy" and conducts
workshops on "Stone, Steel and Bronze" for Queensland Museum,
QWAS and Society of Sculptors Queensland.
Paul's currently employment
is as Kronosaurus Korner's Museum Curator. The best Dinosaur and Fossil
Museum in outback Queensland.