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EVANDALE WORKSHOP


Last Saturday i conducted an art workshop at the historic village of Evandale, in Northern Tasmania. 13 participants undertook the task of creating abstracts using spray paint, stencils along with mixed media such as coloured pencils, oil pastels, felt pens … Continue reading

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HOBART ART CLASS


Last weekend I had the pleasure of conducting a 2-day coloured pencil workshop with 12 members of the Colour Circle group. It was a wonderful experience and I have included some examples of the work produced. Day 1. was quite … Continue reading

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ATHERTON ART CLASS 2.


Friday’s report gave a broad overview of how the students began their ‘abstract journey’. Today’s photos show how the work developed and what was achieved by the end of the afternoon session. Completing an artwork in the workshop wasn’t mandatory, … Continue reading

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ARTescape Part 2.


The most important thing to achieve (and at times the most difficult to master) when drawing an object is capturing the ‘character’ of your subject. Art is not about photographic realism, it’s about personal interpretation. Your way of seeing is … Continue reading

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CP @ ARTescape 2011 Part 1.


Well, it’s been and gone! After months of anticipation and planning, the annual Cairns Art Society’s ARTescape saw 100 keen and eager lovers of art gather for 5 days of tuition and inspiration from a dozen tutors. Coloured pencil had … Continue reading

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CAIRNS ARTescape


The other day I received some good news that my class in this year’s Cairns Artescape (July 18 – 22) was looking a distinct possibility. I’m not ‘over the line’ yet number-wise and I need some more enrolments. This annual … Continue reading

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NEGATIVE ABSTRACTION 4.


Saturday’s second workshop was a great success. The participants had been set ‘homework’ after the previous Saturday’s session and I was looking forward to what they brought with them. I wasn’t disappointed with what they presented. Everyone had made decisions … Continue reading

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