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REMEMBERING A TRAGEDY


For those living in Tasmania on February 7th, 1967 was a day that will never be forgotten. 62 people lost their lives in a series of horrific bushfires that swept the south of the state. For me, that Tuesday was … Continue reading

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WHAT LIES UNDERNEATH


Top: The South Esk River at Conroy’s Gap, a farming property near Mathinna in Tasmania’s Northeast Highlands. Bottom: Liffey Falls, Meander Valley, in Northern Tasmania. Never underestimate the influence of the colour of the paper you are working on when … Continue reading

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DESIGN IN NATURE


My interest in sticks and stones has not only been a part of my drawing with coloured pencils. This subject has also played a prominent role in my graphic art, whether for commercial uses, or as part of some of … Continue reading

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MY RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION 1.


Over the next few weeks I thought I’d post examples of the work (in chronological order) ┬áthat I will be featuring in my exhibition The Truth About Coloured Pencils, in Hobart which opens on July 2. This is a mini-retrospective … Continue reading

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