Monthly Archives: April 2009

Alphainventions


I’ve only been blogging since last October, but I’ve been confronted head-on with a new way of expressing my love of art. I accidentally stumbled across Alphainventions one day when a hit was registered on my Stats page, part of … Continue reading

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ABSTRACT PANE


I was fascinated when I was last at the farming property Cheshunt, in Northern Tasmania, by the views of the surrounding landscape through the windows of the outbuildings. The one I have posted today is the view through the window … Continue reading

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ABSTRACT ART


                        I see very little abstract coloured pencil work about. Why is this? It seems that sales-wise, abstracts aren’t very popular and this certainly seems to be the case … Continue reading

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LANDSCAPE


In the second of a series of three drawings based on an old enamel mug that I found at Cheshunt, I have taken the marks and patterns on the mug and used them “outside” the subject. I love the abstract … Continue reading

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BREAD 13: Wholemeal with Iron


My last drawing in the exhibition is all about nails and bread although, I doubt that this sandwich would do you any good! My exhibition is at the half-way mark and I have yet to see a red dot. This … Continue reading

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BREAD 12: Wholemeal Roadkill


Today’s featured drawing from my current Bread exhibition is my favourite. ‘Wholemeal Roadkill” was a joint effort aided by my eldest stepson Matthew, and his Landrover. On a nearby dirt road I placed several thick slices of bread which were … Continue reading

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BREAD 11: Toaster Sandwich


We all put bread into a toaster to make toast. This drawing is what happens when you reverse the procedure. Richard

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