Tag Archives: seeing

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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THE ANSWER?


  North East Landscape DNA   80 x 50cm   Prismacolors on pastel board   Most artists seek to ‘find’ a personal way of seeing through their art. This could be through an individual style, a technique or even a … Continue reading

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TEACHING ART Part 2.


In the book that I’m currently writing I have included a chapter on an art class that I conducted at the historic property Cheshunt, a couple of years ago. I took this opportunity not to teach a particular technique, but … Continue reading

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ABSTRACT ART


Darwin Abstract 1. 41 x 29 cm   Prismacolor pencils on Canson Mi Teintes paper FOR SALE    POA The language of art is very broad. There is Realism, Photo-Realism, Impressionism, Expressionism, Symbolism, Abstraction and Semi-Abstraction, plus many other ways … Continue reading

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CHESHUNT ART CLASS 8.


Unusual Views Have you ever painted a panorama? Such compositions are wide and narrow, kind of stretchy-looking. They have far more width than depth and this gives you a whole, different perspective of how to look at a subject. Today’s … Continue reading

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CHESHUNT HO!


Today I’m conducting an art class at Cheshunt, in Northern Tasmania. After having to cancel the class last week due to rain, I am looking forward to spending a day with a group of fellow artists. This is not just … Continue reading

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