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IS ART A WASTE OF TIME?


“Coastal Rocks”40 x 60 cms Prismacolor pencils on Canson Pastel Board. Own reference. Today’s featured coloured pencil drawing happens to be my biggest selling print as a greeting card not only in Australia, but overseas. For some reason this drawing … Continue reading

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GOALS FOR 2013


Putting on a Brave Face 60 x 40 cm    Prismacolors on pastel board This is the first of 2 paintings for an exhibition in my home town of Launceston to be held next May. The theme of my work … Continue reading

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THE ART MARKET


In the late 1970s I painted quite large landscapes, usually on canvas up to 180 x 120 cm. People bought large work for their homes but alas, there’s little demand for such large scale work these days! Today’s featured work … Continue reading

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LATEST CARDS


I have received my second series of greeting cards from Redbubble and I am very pleased with them. Each of them came with a sturdy envelope and were sealed in plastic. I intend to have some more printed soon. Redbubble … Continue reading

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