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A LITTLE BIT SURREAL


It’s nice now and then to break away from the art you are doing and ‘push the boat out’. During my series, ‘Bread’, I combined my love of (at the time) all things bread and waterfalls. Today’s featured work is … Continue reading

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THEMES 5.


I have gathered a good collection of driftwood over the past 5 years or so, that have appeared in many of my drawings either as sticks or logs. A change of scale with these objects has realised a broad range of … Continue reading

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BREAD IS BACK!


I’ve been undertaking some more research on my Bread theme lately and at some stage I plan to create some more drawings that explore this theme further. I am fortunate to have the sponsorship of a local bakery, and I … Continue reading

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MY RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION 3.


Two other subjects that have been of interest to me are logs and bread. Both were often used in surreal compositions, while the latter saw me delve into the more humorous side of art. Top: Logjam Sandwich Bottom: Riverside Logjam … Continue reading

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MY 2009 FAVOURITES Part 6.


Tasmanian Breadscape, was the largest drawing in my Bread series that I completed last year and I believe the most successful in my attempt to draw a slice of bread as a landscape. Richard

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MY 2009 FAVOURITES Part 1.


A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE! Over the next week I will post a selection of my 2009 coloured pencil drawings that I consider to be my favourites. These may not qualify as my best work, but I enjoyed each … Continue reading

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ANOTHER SLICE …


Yesterday I put the finishing touches to a drawing that will be part of an exhibition in Hobart (Tasmania’s capital city) next month. This is rather a large work at 120 x 40cm and will be quite (visually) striking once … Continue reading

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