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ART PRIZE


Norfolk Plains Landscape DNA Prismacolors on pastel board   112 x 67 cm (framed) What a difference a week makes.   Last Friday week I found out that I had failed to make the finalists’ list for the Glover Art … Continue reading

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ART SUCCESS(ES)


Last Friday evening I won the Landscape Prize at the annual Tasmanian Art Awards in Burnie. I’m still on a ‘high’ after winning the major prize in 2010, and this win was unexpected, but I am thrilled to win an … Continue reading

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ART PRIZE WIN


The Modern Tree of Life 60 x 40cm Prismacolor pencils on Canson pastel board Over the weekend I won the annual Holy Trinity Art Prize in Launceston. To explain my painting I have included an artist’s statement. My painting is … Continue reading

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GLOVER PRIZE 2013


Wholemeal Landscape, Northern Tasmania Glover Prize finalist, 2009 I am going to win the Glover Prize. I don’t know when, but my intention is one day to “take home” Australia’s richest landscape award. This may appear to be a somewhat … Continue reading

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BLOG POST 1,000.


Mystery Image – what is it?        Answer in Wednesday’s blog post. WHY BLOG? Initially when I commenced this blog in October 2008 I saw it as my personal visual diary, but one that I wanted to share … Continue reading

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MY GLOVER DIARY : Update 7.


A section towards the middle of my 80 x 60 cm drawing… This time next week we will leave Cairns and work our way down the Eastern Australian coast. I don’t expect to have much time for any serious artwork, … Continue reading

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MOUNT GLOVER


Few people have heard of Mt. Glover. It can be found just south of Launceston in Tasmania’s north. It is so large that it can only be seen annually in early March, when it reveals its wonders to over 5,000 … Continue reading

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