Tag Archives: Australian landscape

INTERPRETATION


Summer Landscape, Norfolk Plains   Most of my artwork is based upon my interpretation of the Australian landscape. Over the past 40 years I have incorporated a number of themes and techniques in my work. Each artist has an individual … Continue reading

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GLOVER REJECTION


The long wait is over and the finalists have been announced for this year’s Glover Art Prize, Australia’s richest for landscape painting. Sadly, for the 4th time in a row, I’m not on the list. I’ve entered on 7 occasions … Continue reading

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A NEW DIRECTION


Sandstone patterns, Oatlands. Over the past few months I have been working on a series of artworks that have been inspired by the patterns of certain clay bricks. This began last February when I noticed a wall of unique looking … Continue reading

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LANDSCAPE IN CLAY


Landscape in Clay 60 x 40 cm   Prismacolors on pastel board After several months of research I have finally produced what I feel is an abstract landscape that is in keeping with what I have been trying to achieve … Continue reading

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FIRST PAINTING FOR 2013


  Rhythm in the Clay   80 x 50 cm   Prismacolors on pastel board   I’ve hit the ground running at the start of the new year and I’ve finished my first painting, one in my series that ‘s … Continue reading

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CLAY DNA


I do believe that after many months of research I have reached a turning point in my quest to bring new meaning to my artwork. I’ve been striving to produce something new and different, but at the same time more … Continue reading

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DILEMMA


This week I completed a triptych of drawings ( each 40 x 15 cm) that featured the patterns of 3 bricks. This may not sound exciting, but I wanted to include in my exhibition next March 3 large paintings of … Continue reading

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