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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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ENDANGERED?


This abstract, the second in a series that is derived from brick patterns is almost finished. Which way would you view this artwork? My plan is to display it can be seen top, centre, but with a lot of abstract … Continue reading

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FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT


I have commenced another drawing (number 3) in my Salamanca Landscape series. This collection of drawings is based on interpretations of rocks set in concrete at the Port of Hobart. This mightn’t sound romantic or of high academic merit, but … Continue reading

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