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SINISTER BEAUTY


“Landscape Warming Deconstructed” 60 x 80 cms Luminance, Supracolor & Museum Aquarelle pencils on Canson pastel board. Own reference & imagination. ‘The visual and performing arts aren’t just about what you see, it’s also about your emotional response to an … Continue reading

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PAN-FRIED PENCILS


  In 2011 I spent 9 months in tropical Far North Queensland, where I produced 24 coloured pencil paintings and spread the gospel of coloured pencil to  number of eager artists. Because of the constant heat the Prismacolor pencils I … Continue reading

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TRINITY BEACH


Online at last! After a few problems I have finally made it to the Internet. I know this is an art blog, but I thought I should post some photos of where we are. Trinity Beach is about 20 minutes’ … Continue reading

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THE EAGLES HAVE LANDED!


We arrived safely in Cairns yesterday and were greeted by rain and heat, but it didn’t phase us one bit. After all, it is the Wet season. We’ve settled in to our apartment at Trinity Beach and today we’ll collect … Continue reading

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OIL PASTELS


Oil pastels are not the most popular art medium here in Tasmania. The art shops carry enough stock, but there’s little advertising and very few examples make it to the local galleries. Why? Soft pastels are very popular here and … Continue reading

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SHADOWS ARE YOUR FRIENDS 3.


When you are studying the implication of light on objects it is best to study your subject under varying light conditions, both inside and out. Today’s objects have been photographed outside on a warm, sunny Spring day. Look at the … Continue reading

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