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HOME AT LAST


After 370 days of travelling, we have finally made it back home to Tasmania, with mixed feelings I might add. There is so much to evaluate and reflect on. So many experiences that it will take us many months to … Continue reading

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ROUND THE RAGGED ROCKS…


the ragged artist ran (and photographed madly). If you are a regular reader of this blog you will know that I am a ‘rockaholic’. Not all my work is about rocks, but a great deal is. Today I have posted … Continue reading

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MOUNT GLOVER


Few people have heard of Mt. Glover. It can be found just south of Launceston in Tasmania‚Äôs north. It is so large that it can only be seen annually in early March, when it reveals its wonders to over 5,000 … Continue reading

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NEGATIVE ABSTRACTION 3.


The third part of last Saturday’s art workshop saw the artists having to make decisions about what they would be painting next week. After several drawings were completed, a final composition was chosen and then came the time to experiment … Continue reading

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BLOG AWARD


Over the weekend I received a ‘Best ArtBlog Award’ from http://www.graphis-artwork.blogspot.com This was a wonderful surprise and totally unexpected. It’s nice to know that your work is respected by your peers. I certainly am encouraged by this award and it … Continue reading

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DECISIONS, DECISIONS


Tomorrow I am being interviewed by Mercury,Hobart’s (the capital city of Tasmania) daily newspaper, for a feature that will appear in the Saturday edition on July 3, the day after my exhibition opening. I intend to exhibit 30 drawings in … 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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AUTUMN ABSTRACT ART CLASS 3.


The second session of last Friday’s art class saw the participants completing their introductory exercise and then embarking on a painting that would define the term Autumn in abstract terms. This is where the morning’s research, discovery and decision-making really … Continue reading

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