pete goodlet > noddy comes to daylesford

At Muskvale, on the edge of Daylesford, Pete Goodlet paints in his violet coloured studio, an original miner’s cottage. Pete’s whimsical paintings invite you to share his observations and perspectives of the world and the characters inhabiting it.

Pete’s paintings are full of joy and the celebration of life and just looking at them can make you smile. Pete has lived and travelled to many places along the East coast of Australia. Many of his paintings reflect time enjoyed in places as diverse as Apollo Bay, St.Kilda, Sydney, Daylesford, Noosa Heads and Murwillumbah, and one day has plans to have a large garden in the sub-tropics.

Pete lives in Daylesford with his partner David. Pete also draws inspiration from his large family and two great kids, Jack & Lily and of course Thelma Louise our very funny dog!

Please enjoy ‘Noddy Comes to Daylesford’ by Pete Goodlet.

All content on this page (and links from this page) remains the intellectual property of Pete Goodlet and is protected under the Australian Commonwealth Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). No use is permitted without the expressed written consent of Pete Goodlet. For more information on copyright, please visit

Larger pictures, and further details such as size, medium, and sale price can be found by clicking on the images below.


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15 02 2011
15 02 2011
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