Monthly Archives: December 2008

Review: Enter Humour


One could say that most of my artwork is of a serious nature, but earlier this year I decided to have some fun with my “Log” theme. The drawing depicted today is titled, “Logjam Sandwich” and is one of a … Continue reading

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Review: Logs


Earlier in the year I became interested in “logs”. I’ve always had great respect for trees and forests. Here in Tasmania we are blessed with enormous expanses of forests. Forestry is a big industry in this State, but there is … Continue reading

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The Year in Review


Thought it was time that I looked back at what I had achieved this year in my art. It’s good to take stock of what you’ve done as it gives you a chance to see what worked, what didn’t work … Continue reading

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Devonport Rocks 2.


I grabbed a few hours at the easel today in between household and Christmas chores. I managed to block-out all but the biggest rock and I shall take a break from drawing probably until early next week. Enjoy your Christmas … Continue reading

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Devonport Rocks


  I spent the majority of Tuesday working on my latest drawing, “Devonport Rocks”. I have included tow photos to show what progress I made. The original composition has been elongated to suit the piece of pastel board I had … Continue reading

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Blacklead Days


As a child I loved sitting on my father’s knee watching him draw Matchbox cars and trucks with a blacklead pencil. That’s probably why I still enjoy using blackleads when given the opportunity or as a matter of fact, when … Continue reading

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Going Grey


It comes to all artists at sometime or another, using greys in your artwork. What did you think I was going to say? I have a tin of pencils that is dedicated to the “grey family”. I intend to undertake … Continue reading

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