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FINDING THE RIGHT ANSWER


“Floating, Flecker Gardens” 40 x 60 cms Luminance pencils on Canson Pastel Board Everyone at some time or another wants answers to questions. They can range from “What is the meaning of life?” to, “What is the key to happiness?”, … Continue reading

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OIL PAINTING


  Top: The Derwent River at Dunrobin   Below: Highland Morning   Long, long ago, around 30 years in fact, oil painting was my preferred medium before pastel and coloured pencil.   On Monday I set up part of my … Continue reading

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RISK TAKING


Top: The 4th abstract in my ‘Brick’ series that looks at the relationship between the bricks and the landscape from which it came. Bottom: The beginning of my 5th abstract, this time with a different palette. Knowing what you’re doing … Continue reading

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VIVA LA DIFFERENCE!


Northern Tasmanian Landscape DNA 2. Prismacolors on pastel board   80 x 40 cm There’s a lot more to art than meets the eye of an art patron, or anyone who visits a gallery, for that matter. Artists aren’t small … Continue reading

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ENDANGERED?


This abstract, the second in a series that is derived from brick patterns is almost finished. Which way would you view this artwork? My plan is to display it can be seen top, centre, but with a lot of abstract … Continue reading

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CP WARRIOR


I used to be quite competitive in my early years in most things. I have mellowed somewhat over the decades, but one thing that still “drives” me is my passion and competitive spirit when it comes to coloured pencil art … Continue reading

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CON ARTIST


One of my favourite tv series was the British production “Minder”. George Cole (Arthur Daley) was superb in his role as a con artist, a man whose dubious livelihood was deception at any cost (as long as he paid very … Continue reading

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