Tag Archives: coloured pencil drawing

SHOULD THIS DRAWING BE BANNED?


“Autumn Sticks and Stones” 19 x 27.7 cms Supracolor pencils and Archival Ink Pen on 200 gsm paper. Own reference from Drawing 31 of Not Your Average Adult Colouring Book 2. I’m a member of a number of coloured pencil … Continue reading

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What the Jigsaw


“Climate Change Puzzle” 55 x 77 cms Luminance & Museum Acquarelle coloured pencils on Canson pastel board. Own reference. I’ve been keen on jigsaws for as long as I can remember and I’ve wanted to create my own for some … Continue reading

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FINDING THE RIGHT ANSWER


“Floating, Flecker Gardens” 40 x 60 cms Luminance pencils on Canson Pastel Board Everyone at some time or another wants answers to questions. They can range from “What is the meaning of life?” to, “What is the key to happiness?”, … Continue reading

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CORCD


“Mersey River Rocks” 32 x 45 cms Museum Aquarelle, Prismacolor, Polychromos, Luminance & Derwent Artist’s pencils on Mi Teintes paper. Own reference. Do you suffer from CORCD? I do. “Compulsive, Obsessive Rock Collector’s Disorder” has been with me for many … Continue reading

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CAN REJECTION BE A LAUNCHING PAD FOR SUCCESS?


Recently I entered two major Australian art prizes with coloured pencil drawings. In order to qualify one had to submit images of their work along with the usual written entry requirements that included an artist’s statement. A selection committee assesses … Continue reading

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THAR SHE GROWS!


Step-by-step articles concerning the development of a piece of artwork are very informative. They give an insight into how each artist thinks and works. Today I have posted a series of photos showing how I began and worked through the … Continue reading

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BLINDED BY COLOUR


In Australia, 1 in 12 men and 1 in 200 women suffer from colour blindness in one form or another. This group also includes artists. We all react to colours, whether bold or sombre. We react in a certain way … Continue reading

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