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GOALS FOR 2013


Putting on a Brave Face 60 x 40 cm    Prismacolors on pastel board This is the first of 2 paintings for an exhibition in my home town of Launceston to be held next May. The theme of my work … Continue reading

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SAND TRIO


I have completed the third of 3 paintings featuring sand patterns for my exhibition next March. For these paintings I employed the ‘Pointillist’ style, one that I have used before. It’s a great way to show individual grains of sand, … Continue reading

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UPSIDE DOWN ABSTRACT


Sand Forest, Cow Bay   WIP   60 x 40cm   Prismacolor pencils on pastel board On Monday my wife Val, looked at my current painting and remarked that it looked better upside down, and she was right!     … Continue reading

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SURREAL


Stranger on the Shore, Tatlow’s Beach, Stanley Coloured pencil on pastel board   60 x 40 cm. My latest coloured pencil painting is the third in a series  featuring a pumpkin. I love the challenge of working with an everyday … Continue reading

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ABSTRACTING COCONUTS


My walks along Sarina Beach were very rewarding. I got some much-needed exercise and I took a lot of photos, some of which have already realised some digital artworks. The images I have posted today were inspired by two coconuts … 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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MY 2009 FAVOURITES Part 2.


My second choice for my favourite work of 2009 is the commission I completed in November. I hadn’t drawn waves for a long time and I thoroughly enjoyed creating this seascape. Richard

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