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CARBON TAX


Carbon Tacks Coloured pencil on pastel board   80 x 40 cm Global Warming is a huge issue here in Australia and opinions are varied from ‘true-believers’, those who say ‘no’ to those who are in denial (of most things). … Continue reading

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CONCRETE ABSTRACT


This week I have been working on drawing number 8 in my Salamanca series, that features a red line passing over sections of concrete and bitumen at Hobart’s waterfront. This drawing is 80 x 60 cm and I’ve already spent … Continue reading

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ABSTRACT ART


Salamanca Landscape II Coloured pencil on pastel board 80 x 60 cm Abstracts in coloured pencil are not that common. I find them a challenge, but at the same time a most enjoyable experience. This drawing is one of a … Continue reading

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NEW WORK 3.


Salamanca Landscape 3. Polychromos coloured pencils on 240 gsm rag paper, 37 x 27 cm. The third in my series of abstracts was inspired by a section of concrete at the Hobart wharves that featured a spray painted blue circle … Continue reading

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NEW WORK 2.


Salamanca Landscape 2. Polychromos coloured pencils on 240 gsm rag paper, 37 x 27 cm. The second drawing in this series on abstraction features chunks of blue metal set in concrete, a line of bitumen and an unknown ochre brown … Continue reading

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CONCRETESCAPE 2.


What do you make of today’s series of images? The common theme is concrete but the compositions have a landscape ‘feel’. Is this just my way of seeing such subjects or is there a subconscious effort to imitate Nature? There … Continue reading

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CONCRETESCAPE 1.


Salamanca Oasis Last Tuesday while I was walking around Hobart’s beautiful port area taking photographs, I just happened to look down and saw the image that is featured today. There is an awful lot of concrete in any port and … Continue reading

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