With pictures in private collections all over the world Chris Moule is a realist artist who reinvigorates the tradition, creating works which reflect his love of landscape and nature.
He loves to paint en plein air and explore subjects in a range of mediums which include oil, pen and ink, acrylic, pastel and watercolour, drawing inspiration from the natural beauty of the Australian landscape. His depictions of the Australian bush, creeks, rivers, beaches, bridges and mountain ranges capture the changing light on canvas with pleasing complexity and an impressive eye for detail. His attention to detail is remarkable. He has trained with a variety of artists, including Gerard Mutsaers and John Wilson in oils, and Terry Jarvis in Watercolours. He teaches others and is always willing to share his skills, especially in pen and ink drawing. Chris has also served as President of the Bendigo Art Society.