|Painter||Tronson du Coudray||Artist of the NSW Coast|
"Teenagers" by Tronson du Coudray
Who is Tronson du Coudray?
Mark and Delma Tronson in 1992 moved home from Sydney to Moruya, establishing what is now known as 'Timeout in Moruya', a retreat facility for AIS athletes.
The Basil Sellers Art Centre was opened in Moruya from where Mark and Delma continued their ministry until 2006 when they relocated to the Tweed (athlete respite ministry and art).
artist W. John Hackwell wrote of Tronson du Coudray’s art
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by Tronson du Coudray
Celebrating Australian Institute of Sport's 25 years
with the Sports "blooming" to maturity - right, Australian Sports Commission
CEO Mark Peters and Tronson du Coudray.
Hanging in the home of Ian and Jessica Rannachan
in Rickmansworth, London, UK
Hanging in the home of Tim and Bron Nielsen of Brisbane
Tim is the Australian Cricket Coach
"Appetite" and "Early Evening"
Well Being Australia 2007 fund raiser exhibition
Hanging in the AIS Flatwater Canoe Unit, Robina, Gold Coast