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ANOTHER BRICK FROM THE WALL


Austral Brick Landscape DNA Prismacolors on pastel board   80 x 40 cm I am involved in 3 exhibitions this month. The first  (Art of Norfolk Plains)is currently running and it’s the exhibition where I won the major prize. The … Continue reading

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ON HOLY GROUND


On Holy Ground        WIP Prismacolour pencils on pastel board   80 x 40 cm The sixth abstract painting in my ‘brick series’, is the result of me noticing a very interesting brick in a wall of the Trinity … Continue reading

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A NEW ABSTRACT


My latest abstract is the third in a series that “draws” its inspiration from bricks that have been produced at the Austral Brickworks at Longford, in the North of Tasmania, about a 20 minute drive from where I live in … Continue reading

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TASMANIAN LANDSCAPE DNA


My latest coloured pencil painting featuring the pattern from a locally produced brick is now ready for framing. I am finding working with a ‘known’ object a lot easier and enjoyable than relying on my imagination and guess-work. Abstract art … 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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BRICK ABSTRACT 3.


BRICK: Landscape DNA 80 x 40cm Prismacolor pencils on Canson pastel board My third abstract based on the patterns I found on a number of bricks, is close to completion. In this painting I have included a ‘frame’ which is … Continue reading

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IN THE PINK


I rarely use pink in any of my paintings, but lately I have used it in some of my rock studies of Hervey Bay. My third abstract in my “brick” series has a good deal of pink that evokes a … Continue reading

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