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ADULT COLOURING BOOK 2.


Following the success of my first adult colouring book I decided to produce a second, this time an online version, but one that is different in that you get to choose 18 drawings from a collection of 40. The drawings … Continue reading

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ART @ TRINITY


Today I am ‘gallery sitting’, day 2 of a 3-day art exhibition at the Trinity Uniting Church in Launceston that features the work of local artists Margaret Baker, Jeane Pryor, Carlene Bullock, Lynne Hutchins, Jack James and myself. Richard

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MAREEBA ART CLASS 2.


Pictures tell a thousand words therefore, I need say little more about the class I conducted at Mareeba last Saturday week except that it was a wonderful day and the results were extremely satisfying for both teacher and students! Wednesday: … Continue reading

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DRAWING WITH BLACKLEAD PENCILS 1.


Drawings in blacklead pencils are not that commonly seen in galleries these days. We are swamped with colour so often that when one sees such a drawing, we immediately gravitate to it. Some years ago I produced a series of … Continue reading

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MY RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION 6.


Over the past 12 months I have drawn very few landscapes, but I thought I should include some examples in my forthcoming exhibition. Top: New Day, Quamby Bluff. Middle: Rapids near Corra Linn. Bottom: Far From the Madding Crowd. I … Continue reading

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