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AUTUMN CASCADE


“Autumn Cascade” 80 x 60 cms. Luminance pencils on Canson Pastel Board. Own reference. Autumn is my favourite season, one that is highlighted by wonderful changes in colour, especially here in Australia and particularly in its southern region. It’s a … Continue reading

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MINIMALISM


My work is getting simpler as I get older. Now 63, I have over 40 years’ art experience. I’ve tackled everything from photo-realism to abstraction. What interests me at this point in time is trying to say ‘a lot with … Continue reading

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BLINDED BY COLOUR


In Australia, 1 in 12 men and 1 in 200 women suffer from colour blindness in one form or another. This group also includes artists. We all react to colours, whether bold or sombre. We react in a certain way … Continue reading

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ON HOLY GROUND


On Holy Ground        WIP Prismacolour pencils on pastel board   80 x 40 cm The sixth abstract painting in my ‘brick series’, is the result of me noticing a very interesting brick in a wall of the Trinity … Continue reading

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HILLSIDES 2.


  Following Monday’s post I have included some more examples of hillsides that I have produced over the years.   Today’s examples include (reading from top to bottom) photography, coloured pencil drawing, graphite pencil drawing and digital drawing.   There … Continue reading

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SEMI-ABSTRACT WIP 2.


I have managed to add some more detail to my latest drawing, a semi-abstract still life of objects from my ‘collection’. At first glance it may appear that I haven’t added much since my first update, but I can assure … Continue reading

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SEMI-ABSTRACT WIP


Although this may appear to be a traditional still life drawing, it’s not. A group or recognisable objects can be seen, but they will be joined by shapes that are derived from within the featured objects. The colour palette will … Continue reading

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