Monthly Archives: June 2011

REDBUBBLE FEATURE(S)


I had some good news over the weekend in that 2 of my drawings had been featured on Redbubble. It’s great to have one’s work recognised on such a prestigious site. I was so pleased when talented Irish artist, April … Continue reading

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ENTERING AN ART PRIZE


All artists at some stage in their career need to face challenges in order to ‘grow’. It’s no use churning out the same work year after year for the ‘holy dollar’, as it will only realise the mundane and ordinary. … Continue reading

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THE ROCK


The second of 3 drawings that I have been working on of late is finally gaining some momentum. Being only a few centimetres in size, it hasn’t been as straight forward as one may think. Fortunately I have both a … Continue reading

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HILLSIDES 2.


  Following Monday’s post I have included some more examples of hillsides that I have produced over the years.   Today’s examples include (reading from top to bottom) photography, coloured pencil drawing, graphite pencil drawing and digital drawing.   There … Continue reading

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HILLSIDES 1.


I haven’t come across as many hillsides here in Far North Queensland than I ‘m used to back home in Tasmania. I did see some interesting examples approaching Chillagoe last week and I’ve several photos that I will use in … Continue reading

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THIRD DRAWING COMPLETED


Rock Allsorts 40 x 60 cm   Coloured Pencil on Pastel Board My third drawing since my arrival at Trinity Beach, Queensland 11 weeks ago, is ready for framing. I have two more under way and they are developing, albeit … Continue reading

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ONE IN A HUNDRED


On my travels I often take a huge amount of photos. This has certainly been the case during my first 11 weeks in Far North Queensland. There is a reason for taking so many photos. The more I take, the … Continue reading

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