Tag Archives: acrylic painting

LOUD ART


Fantasy Landscape I’ve never considered my coloured pencil work ‘loud’ until recently. I base most of my art on interpretations of the Tasmanian landscape which is temperate in climate and the colours are often subdued. this is not to say … Continue reading

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A CHANGE IS AS GOOD AS…


  I’ve just completed a six-week break from coloured pencils. During that time I re-discovered the joys of painting in acrylics. I’ve posted some of them here today. They all relate to the ‘brick’ theme that I’ve been following for … Continue reading

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ABSTRACT PAINTING


Landscape DNA Abstracted Acrylic on watercolour paper This week I have been concentrating on two very large coloured pencil paintings and a much smaller acrylic abstract, the latter being the subject for today’s post. At 42 x 29 cm, it’s … Continue reading

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DAVID LAKE 1.


David Lake is an acrylic painter whose work I admire. I have chosen 6 paintings from his current exhibition with pastel painter┬áDan Villiers, Two Views, at Country Club Tasmania, in Launceston. Top: Early Light – A wonderful relationship exists between … Continue reading

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