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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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DIGITAL ART


On Wednesday I collected my first series of archival digital prints from Foot and Playstead in Launceston. The quality is excellent as is the finish of each print. At 45 x 32cm, they are of sufficient size to make an … Continue reading

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