Tag Archives: history

Can ‘Silence’ be Drawn?


“Silence at the Table” 70 x 50 cms: Prismacolor Pencils on Canson pastel board, own reference A lonely mug catches the morning light in a deserted room in a disused shearers’ quarters in Tasmania. The dusty room belies its hectic … Continue reading

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CHESHUNT ART CLASS 6.


Rubbings by Robert. Have you ever incorporated rubbings with your art? When I was a high school teacher, my students would often take rubbings when we were on art excursions. The headstones in graveyards were very popular,. At Cheshunt, Robert … Continue reading

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BRICKENDON


Yesterday my wife Val and I visited the historical property of Brickendon, some 20 minutes from Launceston. The property has been recently added to Australia’s prestigious National Heritage List and has been nominated for World Heritage status. This is no … Continue reading

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NEW WORK


My latest drawing is all about mark making. This time it’s a combination of natural and man-made graffiti and features an old door at the farming property at Cheshunt which is partly open. But what does it reveal? You will … Continue reading

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