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30 MINUTE MAKEOVER


The week before I left for Uluru, I spent some time completing 7 small (A3 – size) drawings in preparation for an art exhibition that I’m curating and showing in towards the end of October. Today’s featured photo is of … Continue reading

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HERVEY BAY TRIO


I have completed 3 paintings of rocks from Hervey Bay and have commenced a 4th. The contrast between stones continues to fascinate me and hence the number of paintings to date. I now have completed 18 paintings for my exhibition … Continue reading

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PAINTING 17.


Today’s post features the 17th painting that I have completed for my exhibition next March at the Providore Mill & Gallery in Launceston. I have included a step-by-step account of its development. At 60 x 40 cm, using Prismacolors on … Continue reading

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THE RED DOT


The red dot is the most powerful and influential symbol that artists know and respect. Its presence symbolises success, while its absence can easily arouse feelings of rejection and at times, despair. There is so much emphasis on ‘selling’ one’s … Continue reading

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ART SEEDS


As I like to work in themes, I take the time to ‘research’ as many ideas as possible. Not all of my ideas reach my easel, but when they do they usually result in a number of paintings. I’m not … Continue reading

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SINGLE SUBJECTS


I am currently working on several paintings that feature single rocks. Some are for symbolic reasons, while others are due to their patterns or textures that (in my eyes) were stand-outs on my recent 12 month stay on the mainland. … Continue reading

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SYMBOL


On Tuesday I completed a small (40 x 30 cm) painting that will be part of my exhibition next March in Launceston. For me, this painting is rather significant because of its resemblance to my home state of Tasmania. I … Continue reading

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