Monthly Archives: December 2010

NEW YEAR’S GREETING


A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE AND I WISH YOU ALL A PROSPEROUS 2011. Below are some examples of my coloured pencil art for 2010. Richard

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A NEW ABSTRACT


Just before Christmas I started a new abstract drawing that is part of my Salamanca series. This is the 7th drawing and it’s the third of the large set (120 x 80 cm) of five that I have planned. Titled, … Continue reading

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STOCKTAKE TIME


Over the past few days I have begun the huge task of sorting out the contents of my studio in preparation for my trip to Cairns in March. There is so much to do, that I wasn’t sure where to … Continue reading

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MORE ON MINIATURES


I ‘found’ two more miniatures the other day, both being part of larger drawings I completed many years ago featuring the Liffey Valley. It’s good now and then to look back at one’s work and see what was then important … Continue reading

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GOING WILD


Preparing myself for an extended holiday in Cairns, has made me think about the colours I may be confronted with. My Tasmanian palette is somewhat subdued compared to the colours in tropical Far North Queensland. The other day I had … Continue reading

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CHRISTMAS GREETINGS


JESUS IS THE REASON FOR THE SEASON A Merry Christmas to everyone! Regards, Richard

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BELOW THE SURFACE


Logs, St. Patrick’s River Polychromos coloured pencils on Canson paper 27 x 17 cm This study of sunken logs in the St. Patrick’s River not far from where I live, reveals the ‘layering’ that one sees in rivers and streams. … Continue reading

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