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Back to Teaching


I haven’t taught an art workshop since my 2-day class in Hobart last October, so it was about time I continued to ‘spread the gospel of coloured pencils’, this time in Port Macquarie. Things have been developing nicely of late … Continue reading

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PAN-FRIED PENCILS


  In 2011 I spent 9 months in tropical Far North Queensland, where I produced 24 coloured pencil paintings and spread the gospel of coloured pencil to  number of eager artists. Because of the constant heat the Prismacolor pencils I … Continue reading

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HOT PENCILS


  Living so far south of the Equator means that Winters here are a little on the harsh side. Frosty mornings usually result in sunny days, but my studio often needs the services of a good heater, and I have … Continue reading

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BRICK ABSTRACT 3.


BRICK: Landscape DNA 80 x 40cm Prismacolor pencils on Canson pastel board My third abstract based on the patterns I found on a number of bricks, is close to completion. In this painting I have included a ‘frame’ which is … Continue reading

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PRISMACOLOR PENCILS


I’ve taken delivery of 2 sets of (150) Prismacolor pencils that I ordered from the US. Each box is adorned with an example of the wonderful cp work of my good friend, Ester Roi. These sets look so good that … Continue reading

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ROBYN McNEIL


Tasmania is quite isolated in many ways, but for many this is a blessing. Living on an island certainly has its advantages. One of the downsides for me is not meeting other cp artists. When Robyn contacted me via the … Continue reading

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CHILLAGOE LANDSCAPE 2. WIP


During my first week at Innisfail I have made some time to draw the third in my Chillagoe series, this time using Prismacolor warm greys. When completed this drawing will be evaluated alongside the 2 I have already completed. I … Continue reading

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