Tag Archives: logs

FORESTRY TRAUMA


The Tasmanian forestry industry is virtually at a standstill. There have been a number of factors and forces involved and its future is yet to be determined. It was appropriate that I should add today’s painting to my collection of … Continue reading

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THEMES 5.


I have gathered a good collection of driftwood over the past 5 years or so, that have appeared in many of my drawings either as sticks or logs. A change of scale with these objects has realised a broad range of … Continue reading

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THEMES 4.


Sticks and Stones are another subject that I frequently visit. I have a good collection of both and from time to time I get them out and construct compositions which often end up as coloured pencil drawings. Some of my … Continue reading

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MY RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION 3.


Two other subjects that have been of interest to me are logs and bread. Both were often used in surreal compositions, while the latter saw me delve into the more humorous side of art. Top: Logjam Sandwich Bottom: Riverside Logjam … Continue reading

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DIGITAL MOOD


Afternoon Light, Southern Midlands, Tasmania. This particular digital drawing has the illusion of a strong light that has resulted in the hillside having a strong silhouette feeling. Richard

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MOTIVATION


Today’s featured drawing is my current project and has an interesting story behind it. I hope to finish it in a few days and I’ll post a photo and a related article. MOTIVATION Artists need both skill and motivation to … Continue reading

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