Tag Archives: Glover Prize

MY GLOVER DIARY: Entry 2.


A symbol is introduced… I’m still working on my first panel and I’ve spent a deal of time thinking through a number of options.   My biggest issue at present is that there’s too much ‘white’ on the panel. The … Continue reading

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MOUNT GLOVER


Few people have heard of Mt. Glover. It can be found just south of Launceston in Tasmania’s north. It is so large that it can only be seen annually in early March, when it reveals its wonders to over 5,000 … Continue reading

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NOT GOOD ENOUGH


For the past week I have been working on a drawing that I hoped would be good (clever) enough to enter in either the Dobell Prize for Drawing or the Glover Prize. Tattooed Rock, Sisters Beach, is the pattern that … Continue reading

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ART PRIZE ENTRY


I am very interested in weathering and mark-making, both natural and man-made. Throughout Far North Queensland I have found many examples that have fascinated me and given me ideas for future artworks. I will share one particular experience I had … Continue reading

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GLOVER 2011 UPDATE 1.


Tasmanian Rock Art 120 x 80 cm Coloured Pencil on pastel board I didn’t make the final list for this year’s Glover Prize, but I thought I would post today and tomorrow, photos of the two works that I submitted … Continue reading

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RISING TO THE CHALLENGE


My entry in the 2009 Glover Prize, Wholemeal Landscape, Northern Tasmania. Next Friday sees the announcement of the finalists for this year’s Glover Prize. This year I have entered two very different works, one an abstract/symbolic/political (?) landscape, the other … Continue reading

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MOUNTAIN: UPDATE 4.


A weekend free from drawing has been most beneficial to my hands resulting in some quality drawing time this week on my latest work, Mountain. There is a fine line between obsession and dedication and lately I seem to have … Continue reading

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