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WATER IN LINE


Nearly all of my art is in colour, but now and then I like to draw using only line. It’s how I started my art over 50 years ago and it’s still something I enjoy. Drawing this way is about … Continue reading

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LAYERING


One of the techniques used to create a coloured pencil painting involves layering. This is where a number of layers of coloured pencil is applied to build up the colour to its required depth. This usually means applying the pencil … Continue reading

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VERTICAL 2.


Cradle Mountain National Park is one of the jewels in the crown of Tasmania. Its scenery is at times breath-taking and its Overland walking track is world famous. In today’s featured drawing of Lake Lilla, you can just see the … Continue reading

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MORE ON SHADOWS


Despite their two-dimensional qualities, shadows can give mood and at times, the illusion of depth to paintings. Today’s featured drawings are: TOP: Coles Bay MIDDLE: Lake King William BOTTOM: Tatlow’s Beach, Stanley Each of these drawings feature a shadow ‘wall’, … Continue reading

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LATEST DRAWING UPDATE 2.


Yesterday I completed the hanging of the latest exhibition at Country Club Tasmania in Launceston. The 51 paintings look the part and I’ve completed an exhibition review that will be the text for my opening speech tomorrow night. I will … Continue reading

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