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Landscape Warming


“Landscape Warming” 44 x 60 cms – Luminance & Museum Acquarelle pencils on Canson Mi Teintes paper. Own reference. Lately I have returned to one of my favourite art themes, ‘Climate Change’, the result of a renewed interest in the … Continue reading

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ART IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE


“Darwin Landscape” 40 x 80 cms, Luminance pencils on pastel board   In the world of coloured pencil art, abstraction is rarely featured. The majority of Cp artists prefer realism, photo-realism, intense detail and acute rendition of photographs as the … Continue reading

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MARK-MAKING AS LANDSCAPE


Oatlands Landscape 1. Prismacolors on pastel board   80 x 40 cm Last week I completed the first in a new series of coloured pencil paintings of landscapes inspired by the markings on old sandstone blocks in the historic town … Continue reading

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ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE


I love creating abstract art. It’s not that popular with cp lovers, especially buyers, but it’s so satisfying, even therapeutic to create. I can sit for hours at my drawing table and work quietly and patiently on any sized abstract. … Continue reading

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MY GLOVER DIARY: Entry 1.


A small detail from panel 1. ENTRY 1: September 3, 2011 After tossing some ideas about it finally came down to a pair of ideas that were both based on the Tasmanian landscape 9as they must be), but with vastly … Continue reading

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TATTOO ABSTRACT


Landscape Tattoo 80 x 60 cm   Prismacolor pencils on white Canson pastel board I completed this drawing over a month ago and realised that I had not posted the finished product, so here it is! The inspiration for this … Continue reading

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ART PRIZE ENTRY


I am very interested in weathering and mark-making, both natural and man-made. Throughout Far North Queensland I have found many examples that have fascinated me and given me ideas for future artworks. I will share one particular experience I had … Continue reading

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