Monthly Archives: November 2010

MEET THE ABSTRACT FAMILY


I have completed 6 drawings in my Salamanca¬†Series of abstracts and today’s photo features 4 of different sizes to give you an idea of the scale of the work. The largest is 80 x 120 cm, the smallest 30 x … Continue reading

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THEMES 5.


I have gathered a good collection of¬†driftwood over the past 5 years or so, that have appeared in many of my drawings either as sticks or logs. A change of scale with these objects has realised a broad range of … Continue reading

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WINNING SISTERS


Last night I won my third art prize in as many months and my fourth for the year at the Meandering 2010 Art Exhibition at Country Club Tasmania, in Launceston. Silent Light was the second of two drawings featuring open … Continue reading

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RED ABSTRACT


Intermittently over the past few months, I have been working on a series of abstract drawings that feature a red line over a slab of concrete, that I found at the wharves in Hobart. At 30 x 40 cm, it’s … Continue reading

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THEMES 4.


Sticks and Stones are another subject that I frequently visit. I have a good collection of both and from time to time I get them out and construct compositions which often end up as coloured pencil drawings. Some of my … Continue reading

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THEMES 3.


I have always enjoyed drawing rocks and wherever I’ve displayed examples I’ve been greeted with very positive remarks, even some sales and the odd art prize. I’m not sure why rocks as an art subject are so popular and I’m … Continue reading

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ABSTRACT IN COLOURED PENCILS


Last week I spent several days working on the latest in my Salamanca series of abstract coloured pencil drawings. I have added all the required detail and the drawing is in the touch-up stage. This work is the latest in … Continue reading

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