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TIME FOR A CHANGE IN DIRECTION


“Those Trees.” 5 panels, each 19 x 57 cms. Prismacolor pencils on Canson pastel board. Own reference. My favourite coloured pencil drawing for 2019 was a series of 5 that I’ve had mounted and framed as a  single entry for … Continue reading

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A CHANGE IS AS GOOD AS…


  I’ve just completed a six-week break from coloured pencils. During that time I re-discovered the joys of painting in acrylics. I’ve posted some of them here today. They all relate to the ‘brick’ theme that I’ve been following for … Continue reading

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MY RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION 4.


In my forthcoming exhibition I will have several drawings that are based on surrealist humour. There’s nothing ‘deep’ about these works; what you see is what you get. Top: Eggs & Bacon on Toast. Middle: Club Sandwich. Bottom: A Reel … Continue reading

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A FORK IN THE ROAD


Lately I have been struggling to finish anything meaningful art-wise. I’ve had many starts, but few conclusions. I am pleased with the work that I have completed this year and feel that I’m on top of my art. The problem … Continue reading

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GLOVER PRIZE 2011 UPDATE 2.


My entry for next year’s Glover Art Prize continues to develop and at this stage it is coming along quite nicely. I have made one major change in that I have decided to make the drawing 800 x 1200 cm, … Continue reading

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AUTUMN ABSTRACT ART CLASS 2.


Today’s post features some of the exercises that were completed in the first session of last Friday’s art class for 10 members of the Launceston Art Society. These paintings were fun to do, quick and relatively easy. They came about … Continue reading

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