Monthly Archives: July 2009

VALUE-ADDING


Today’s featured drawing, “Trinity”, has been ‘re-born’ in Photoshop and become “Bow Tie Moth”. It’s fascinating what you can achieve using a computer. I often take examples of my coloured pencil drawing and experiment with them in this way. Richard

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SMOKED A SALMON LATELY?


It’s nice to put some humour into one’s art now and then. Last year I entered an art exhibition as part of a fishing expo and although I didn’t win a prize, my digital drawing was the first exhibit sold. … Continue reading

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DIGITAL ART


“Paying Homage” TOP: Digital   BOTTOM: Coloured Pencil Not everyone is in favour of art produced on a computer, they think it’s just copying photos, even tracing them. I draw on my computer with a pen and a mouse. Sometimes … Continue reading

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WHAT’S IN THE BOX?


“Uncontainable”,  30 x 40cm. Coloured pencil on Canson Pastel Board What IS in the box? I bet you’re asking yourself that right now! Curious? We always like to know what we are actually looking at, don’t we? If it’s packed, … Continue reading

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PLAYING THE GAME


I enjoy creating art on my IMac from time to time and I’ve included two examples today that were part of a group of images that were forerunners of my chess board series. TOP: “The $64 Question”, asks what’s life … Continue reading

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YOUR MOVE


“Your Move”, Coloured Pencil on Canson Pastel Board. 40 x 60cm FOR SALE: $520 AUD Enquiries: artkleko@bigpond.net.au This drawing is a commentary on our secular society. Only one of the trees on the board has survived. The Cross is the … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING TREES


“Remembering Trees”, Coloured Pencil on Canson Pastel Board. 40 x 60cm FOR SALE: $520 AUD Enquiries: artkleko@bigpond.net.au This drawing is a comment on forestry practices and the secular nature of Australian society. A ‘Loghenge’ surrounds a (wooden) lit candle with … Continue reading

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