Monthly Archives: May 2010

ABSTRACT FOR SALE


Redline Polychromos and Prismacolor pencils on Canson Pastel Board       40 x 60 cm An original drawing by Richard Klekociuk $700 AUD unframed POSTED FREE TO ANY PART OF THE WORLD You can also purchase a card or print … Continue reading

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TIME LAPSE


Last week my eldest stepson Matthew, chain-sawed the top off a stump in the vegetable garden. After he had completed the task, Matthew commented that the pattern reminded him of a chess board. I too, had a similar idea, having … Continue reading

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CHURCH CANDLE


Flame of Hope I have noticed this year how strong the flame is on our church candle (Trinity Uniting Church, Launceston, Tasmania). So impressed was I that I took a series of photos with the intention of producing some relevant … Continue reading

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ART REVIEW


COCKATOO CIRCUS Paintings by Catriona Maclaine Roll up, roll up, see the performing cockatoos, the bearded lady, the hoop twirler, the fat lady, the clowns, the snake lady and the Siamese Twins! “Making, baking all the while, cooking while you … Continue reading

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ABSTRACTS FOR THE HOME


My recent series of 3 abstract drawings (Salamanca landscapes) have given me some ideas for further development. I intend to produce a  series of works , each 40 x 60 cm unframed, abstract in nature, that will suit any dwelling, … Continue reading

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COCKATOO CIRCUS


Tomorrow night I will have the pleasure of opening the latest exhibition at Country Club Tasmania, in Launceston. Cockatoo Circus is a collection of 24 artworks by Launceston artist Catriona Maclaine, mostly acrylics, that depict life on the sideshow circuit. … Continue reading

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TROPICAL ART


It’s late Autumn here in Launceston, and in the past week we’ve experienced some very cold, frosty mornings. I’m not a fan of the cold and to keep myself ‘warm’ have commenced a drawing of leaves on the forest floor … Continue reading

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