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FRAMING GREYSCALE DRAWINGS


The problem with greyscale drawings is that there’s no colour! How then does one frame this type of work to make it warm and appealing? The answer is, use coloured mounts! I prefer a coloured mount with a white insert … Continue reading

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BLACKLEAD PENCILS Part 5.


Not all blacklead pencil drawings are drawn on paper. Have you ever thought of mountboard? Today’s featured drawing is of the Liffey Falls, in Northern Tasmania. For this work I used a piece of white mountboard. The reason for this … Continue reading

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VALUE-ADDING THROUGH COLLAGE


My studio clean-up is progressing well and I’m ‘finding’ things each day. I came across a series of 3 collages that was originally a set of 4 (sold one) that were photos of some examples of my hard-edged painting that … Continue reading

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