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MORE ABSTRACTS


Two more abstracts from the Cataract Gorge in Launceston, Tasmania are featured today. Being each a section of a much larger rock pattern, they do not make for complete, balanced artworks in their own right, but I find them interesting … 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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ROCKS AS STILL-LIFE


 A still-life is basically a group of objects arranged in a balanced composition. That being so, many of my drawings that feature rocks can be considered as still-life studies. Some of my drawings are ‘in situ’, but I also enjoy … Continue reading

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Tropical Rocks


Cow Bay Rocks Prismacolor pencils on Canson pastel board   60 x 40 cm After several weeks delay I have managed to complete a drawing that features a selection of rocks from Cow Bay Beach, a wonderful part of the … Continue reading

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ARTescape Part 5.


Magda’s coloured pencil Jungle Perch, is a feast of detail and action. This wonderful drawing was certainly one of the highlight’s of my class at the recent Cairns ARTescape. I love the mystery in this work. There’s so much to … Continue reading

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TROPICAL ABSTRACT


Last week I was able to complete the first in a series of small  (40 x 30cm) drawings on white Canson paper, that was inspired by the pattern on a leaf that I found at Trinity Beach. This drawing is … Continue reading

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