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FRAMING GREYSCALE DRAWINGS


The problem with greyscale drawings is that there’s no colour! How then does one frame this type of work to make it warm and appealing? The answer is, use coloured mounts! I prefer a coloured mount with a white insert … Continue reading

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FRAMING ABSTRACTS


Not all abstract paintings need framing, especially when painted on canvas. Large works have a strong visual presence and rarely need a frame. A clean painted edge usually suffices. I’m not a fan of leaving the sides of canvases ‘as-is’, … Continue reading

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EXHIBITION REVIEW


The Abstracted art exhibition currently on display at Country Club Tasmania, is a brave show and makes a strong statement ¬†and a challenge to local artists to take risks and explore the unknown. This is the first abstract exhibition at … Continue reading

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