Tag Archives: Fred Williams

A CHANGE IS AS GOOD AS…


  I’ve just completed a six-week break from coloured pencils. During that time I re-discovered the joys of painting in acrylics. I’ve posted some of them here today. They all relate to the ‘brick’ theme that I’ve been following for … Continue reading

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ABSTRACT ART


  “My five-year-old could do that, and I reckon my dog would do no worse!” How many times have you heard that said about an abstract artwork? Maybe you’ve even said it yourself. Abstract art gets a very bad wrap … Continue reading

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LANDSCAPE IN CLAY


Landscape in Clay 60 x 40 cm   Prismacolors on pastel board After several months of research I have finally produced what I feel is an abstract landscape that is in keeping with what I have been trying to achieve … Continue reading

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2012 IN REVIEW


It’s that time of the year when one looks back on the past 12 months and does an ‘art stocktake’. I returned to my home on March 18, after 12 months on the Australian mainland, 8 months of my time … Continue reading

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THE ANSWER?


  North East Landscape DNA   80 x 50cm   Prismacolors on pastel board   Most artists seek to ‘find’ a personal way of seeing through their art. This could be through an individual style, a technique or even a … Continue reading

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