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MIDLANDS 8.


My 8th Midlands pastel painting is another example of ‘layering’. Areas of detail compliment areas of relative sparseness. This part of Tasmania never receives enough rain, hence the ‘dry’ look that much of the landscape has. Irrigation often results in … Continue reading

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SOUTHERN MIDLANDS


Earlier in the week I completed a series of 5 pastel paintings featuring aspects of Tasmania’s Southern Midlands. This was my first serious foray in pastels for a very long time, but after 10 days’ work I had reached my … Continue reading

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HERVEY BAY TRIO


I have completed 3 paintings of rocks from Hervey Bay and have commenced a 4th. The contrast between stones continues to fascinate me and hence the number of paintings to date. I now have completed 18 paintings for my exhibition … Continue reading

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ONE DOWN – MANY MORE TO GO!


I have completed my first coloured pencil painting for next year’s (March) exhibition. I am not painting in any particular order, I’m relying on my most memorable places first, then I’ll decide what else I will include at a later date. … Continue reading

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A LITTLE BIT SURREAL


It’s nice now and then to break away from the art you are doing and ‘push the boat out’. During my series, ‘Bread’, I combined my love of (at the time) all things bread and waterfalls. Today’s featured work is … Continue reading

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CHILLAGOE LANDSCAPE 3. WIP


One more session to go and the third drawing in my series on Chillagoe will be complete. I will post the finished drawing on Saturday along with the first two. I need to make a decision as to which of … Continue reading

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FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT


I have commenced another drawing (number 3) in my Salamanca Landscape series. This collection of drawings is based on interpretations of rocks set in concrete at the Port of Hobart. This mightn’t sound romantic or of high academic merit, but … Continue reading

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