Tag Archives: realism

INTERPRETATION


Summer Landscape, Norfolk Plains   Most of my artwork is based upon my interpretation of the Australian landscape. Over the past 40 years I have incorporated a number of themes and techniques in my work. Each artist has an individual … Continue reading

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EXHIBITION UPDATE


My exhibition in Launceston that opens on March 3 next year is fast approaching. Over the past few days I have been reviewing the work I have completed and have decided to add a few more to my ‘collection’. I’m … 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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CON ARTIST


One of my favourite tv series was the British production “Minder”. George Cole (Arthur Daley) was superb in his role as a con artist, a man whose dubious livelihood was deception at any cost (as long as he paid very … Continue reading

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DIGITAL PAINTING


Digital painting or any art produced with the aid of a computer is not everyone’s “cup of tea”. It’s new technology for many artists and technology they would rather ignore. It’s not as “personal” as traditional art processes, being less … Continue reading

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MEDIUM VERSUS MESSAGE


Never in our world’s history have we seen so many people involved in art. From professionals, to serious amateurs and hobby painters, everybody wants to get into art  (or so it seems). But why do they do it? Some want … Continue reading

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