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TROPICAL FLOW


“Tropical Flow” 60 x 80 cms Luminance, Prismalo & Museum Aquarelle pencils on Canson Pastel Board. Own reference. Despite having lived in Cairns for 2 extended periods, having to battle the high humidity in the Wet season was bad enough, … Continue reading

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THE IMPACT OF COLOUR


Top: “A Tropical Memory”¬†Bottom: “Tropical Leaves” Both measure 60 x 80 cms, Luminance & Museum Aquarelle pencils on Canson pastel board. Own references. The latter part of this year saw my work enter a very colourful phase due to the … Continue reading

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TWIST AND SHOUT


“Twist and Shout” 80 x 50cm – Luminance and Prismacolor pencils on pastel board For the past 18 months a lot of my artwork has been about¬†the outstanding annual display of colour at Table Cape in Tasmania’s North West, beginning … Continue reading

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LOUD ART


Fantasy Landscape I’ve never considered my coloured pencil work ‘loud’ until recently. I base most of my art on interpretations of the Tasmanian landscape which is temperate in climate and the colours are often subdued. this is not to say … Continue reading

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WILD COLOUR


  When it comes to colour variation I’m rather conservative due to my subject matter, the Tasmanian landscape. However, when I ‘break free’ and draw other subjects, my palette is quite different. Most of my art is based on observation, … Continue reading

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THE WILD ONE


    Fantasy Landscape 2.   60 x 40 cm – Prismacolors and archival pen. I live in a conservative part of the world, was brought up in a conservative family and I led a conservative working life. Since I … Continue reading

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ZEN LANDSCAPE


My 6th pastel painting in my Midlands series is devoid of the usual detail that my work contains. It is true to say that lately my work has been about ‘less’ rather than ‘more’. On the way to Hobart (Tasmania’s … Continue reading

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