Tag Archives: plein-air

ARE ARTISTS TOO RELIANT ON PHOTOS?


Research for my latest coloured pencil drawing. Recently I asked, “How would cp (coloured pencil) artists (and most other artists for that matter) cope if there weren’t photos to use a s reference material?” The responses I received were both … Continue reading

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TIME TO CHANGE


After 43 years of art practice, it’s time to make a change (or two). My trip to Central Australia reaffirmed what I had been thinking for sometime – my style of art needed to change. I was getting complacent, even … Continue reading

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CHESHUNT ART CLASS 4.


Being able to record images quickly is a great skill that really comes to the fore on such occasions as my recent art class at Cheshunt. I have posted a few examples today and all of them capture the ‘mood’ … Continue reading

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TEACHING OUTDOORS


On Friday, March 19, I will be conducting an art class plein-air for the Launceston Art Society at the historic property of Cheshunt, 13 klms south of Deloraine in Tasmania’s North. The purpose of this class is to introduce to … Continue reading

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