Monthly Archives: November 2009

COLOURED PENCIL DOUGH


Last week I had 6 coloured pencil drawings of Bread hung in the Kings Meadows franchise of Banjo’s Bakery. I got a mention in the Arts pages of our local daily paper, The Examiner, on Saturday. I have no idea … Continue reading

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CP DRAWING UPDATE


What a busy time last week was! I had to take down an exhibition and organise the hanging of two others as well as judge and open an exhibition. As well. I confirmed an exhibition of my own cp work … Continue reading

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EXHIBITION REVIEW


The Abstracted art exhibition currently on display at Country Club Tasmania, is a brave show and makes a strong statement  and a challenge to local artists to take risks and explore the unknown. This is the first abstract exhibition at … Continue reading

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ABSTRACTED ART EXHIBITION


Last night 90 people attended the opening of Abstracted, an exhibition of 65 paintings by 9 local artists at Country Club Tasmania in Launceston. The theme was Mystery and all the abstract work  was produced over the past 12 months … Continue reading

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LATEST ABSTRACT ART CLASS 4.


Tonight sees the opening of Abstracted, an exhibition featuring 65 paintings by 9 artists from my abstract art workshops which I have been conducting over the past 12 months. The top two paintings featured today will be in the exhibition. … Continue reading

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LATEST ABSTRACT ART CLASS 3.


It’s great watching how people work, especially when tackling a form of art that requires a deal of physical dexterity. It was overcast last Friday, with wind and dark clouds promising rain, although it was quite mild. We are experiencing … Continue reading

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LATEST ABSTRACT ART CLASS 2.


Today’s selection from last Friday’s class is quite varied, and as expected from even such a small group as this. What you must remember is that the participants and indeed all of the members of the 5 workshops that I … Continue reading

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