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STANDING OR SITTING?


This is my set-up for drawing on the balcony. The  drawings featured are the first in a new series that explores the abstract nature of the natural environment. Top: “Flecker Gardens Abstract”, Bottom: “Daintree Reflection”. My third work “Floating, Flecker Gardens” is … Continue reading

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THE OPERATING TABLE


I have 3 easels and a large drawing table in my studio and I often have at least 3 paintings, or more, ‘on the go’. I need variety as working with coloured pencils is extremely demanding both mentally and physically. … Continue reading

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THE DRAWING TABLE


The drawing table or drafting table as it is commonly called, is one of the most important pieces of equipment that an artist who draws can have. I have an excellent table in my studio in Tasmania, but couldn’t bring … Continue reading

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AN ABSTRACT WITHIN AN ABSTRACT


I currently have two abstract drawings ‘on the go’. I am alternating them between my drawing table and my easel. There are times when I like to stand up and draw and there are times when sitting down is more … Continue reading

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THE BIG CLEAN OUT


Where has all my artwork gone? Well, it hasn’t actually gone, it’s now in the garage ready for sorting. Yesterday morning I vacuumed and removed some cobwebs. Next week I shall commence sorting and no doubt a lot of what … Continue reading

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LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS


Nearly all of my research has been done and I’m well into my latest drawing, Liar, liar, liar. There are still a couple of things I want to add, but I have enough information (and direction) with which to to … Continue reading

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