Tag Archives: hard-edged

MINIMALISM


My work is getting simpler as I get older. Now 63, I have over 40 years’ art experience. I’ve tackled everything from photo-realism to abstraction. What interests me at this point in time is trying to say ‘a lot with … Continue reading

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ACRYLIC PAINTING


Hawley View Acrylic on watercolour paper I’m about ready to make a return to acrylics. I want a fairly ‘flat’ finish, so I opted to use what  I had left of a collection of Solver Scenic Flat Acrylic. These paints … Continue reading

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ART PRIZES


Last week my wife Val and I went to visit Shirley and Rod at their gallery in Scottsdale, a lovely town in Northeast Tasmania. I took with me 4 paintings that will be part of an exhibition there in June. … Continue reading

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THE VIEW THROUGH THE SHED


I have some days (don’t we all?) when I feel like getting out some of my ‘unfinished’ drawings and working on them for an hour or two, or three, or four … And so it came to pass the other … Continue reading

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SOFT OR HARD EDGED?


I am currently working on two abstract drawings. The one on the left is soft-edged and was featured in yesterday’s blog post. The one on the right is a large hard-edged symbolic semi-abstract drawing. It has its origins in Monday’s … Continue reading

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