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MUG


  Paintings are usually composed of a foreground, middle ground and background ( close, near & far), with of course a focal point. It’s all about obtaining a balanced composition. What happens when there’s only a focal point?   Lately … Continue reading

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RUSTY MUG


For sometime I have been noticing that ‘rusty mug’ has been a popular topic from people undertaking searches on the Internet. I’m not sure why this topic is as popular as it is, but it’s also been one of my … Continue reading

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BACK TO THE PAST


Yesterday I took a trip out to the farming property of Cheshunt, a 140 klm round trip from my place. It was an overcast morning with showers hanging from the Great Western Tiers nearby. It was very quiet, extremely quiet. … Continue reading

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ANOTHER DOOR


Yesterday’s posted drawing has seen another commenced featuring a door in another room of the old, dusty farm building at Cheshunt, a lovely old farm in Northern Tasmania. Peering past a partially open door, covered in graffiti both natural and … Continue reading

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