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TROPICAL LIGHT


“Rippling Light, Daintree Rainforest” 40 x 60 cms    Own Reference Luminance & Prismacolor pencils on Canson Pastel Board Landscape drawing and painting is challenging and involves the understanding, appreciation and mastery of a number elements and skills in order … Continue reading

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FALLING WATER


My home state Tasmania, and indeed mainland Australia is a wonderful resource for any artist wishing to paint waterfalls and fast-moving streams. From the monsoon country in the Northern Territory to the horizontal rain experienced on Tasmania‚Äôs rugged West Coast, … Continue reading

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SAND ABSTRACTS


Last week while walking along the beach at Cape Tribulation I came across an area of sand that had a very different colour and texture than the rest of the beach. The contrast was due to the daily tidal flow … Continue reading

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3 DRAWINGS WIP


I currently have 3 drawings ‘on the go’ and lately I’ve managed to advance each of them, but there is still a fair bit to do, especially on the bottom drawing. I enjoy this type of variety in my work, … Continue reading

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THE MOSSMAN GORGE


On Monday morning we visited the Mossman Gorge, about an hour’s drive north of Cairns. It was hot (31c) and a little sticky, but we enjoyed our time there and I took about 80 photos. We left later that morning … Continue reading

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WATER IN LINE 2.


Today’s featured images are of scenes of the Liffey River as it winds its way through dense rainforest. You will note that these drawings are full of information through the use of layered lines. What is interesting though is the … Continue reading

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