Monthly Archives: December 2008

Review: Chess Boards


During my time with my “log” theme this year, I introduced a chess board  into several drawings.  Above, “Surreal Landscape” below, ‘Remembering Trees”. My late father was a brilliant chess player and I never saw him beaten in a game. … Continue reading

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Baptism Banner


Today I’ve taken time out from drawing and have worked on a worship banner that will hang in the church I attend (Trinity Uniting, Launceston). Since 1992 I have been painting banners to compliment the seasons of Christian worship. January … Continue reading

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Review: Rocks


              Rocks featured in my work this year both as symbols and as natural features of the landscape. I love the individual characteristics that rocks have. In some of my work shadows played a … Continue reading

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Devonport Rocks Completed


It’s Monday here in Tasmania, and I’ve just finished my latest drawing, “Devonport Rocks”. I really enjoyed this work and I’m planning another (maybe two) which I shall block-out this afternoon. I particularly enjoyed the shape of this drawing and … Continue reading

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Loghenge


Following my “Log” theme, I produced a series of works that were inspired by Stonehenge. This type of work holds much fascination for me. I love the spiritual nature of  such constructions, their layout and use of shadows. I will … Continue reading

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Water, water everywhere


              Water is one of my favourite themes and appeared in my work on several occasions during the year. The photo on the left is of one of a series of drawings that featured … Continue reading

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Devonport Rocks 3.


Due to the festive season I haven’t had much time to spend on my current drawing titled “Devonport Rocks”, but I have managed to block-in all the main areas and cover the pastel board background colour. I am now ready … Continue reading

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