Tag Archives: simplicity

SIMPLY SIMPLE


      North East Pastoral  60 x 30 cm – Prismacolors on pastel board My journey of simplifying my landscape subjects continues. I am now at the stage where if I go any further, my work will acquire ‘Zen’ … Continue reading

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WHERE TO NOW?


Top: “Whimsical Autumn” Below: “The Magic Stream” The past fortnight has been a rewarding time for me that’s realised 4 new paintings in my ‘whimsical’ theme. I’m enjoying this work immensely. It’s a lot freer than I’ve been used to … Continue reading

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THE GREAT WESTERN TIERS


For an island of its size, Tasmania is well endowed with mountains. They aren’t high by world standards (Mt. Ossa at 1670 m being the highest), but they are visually charming, with great appeal for landscape artists. The Great Western … Continue reading

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MIDLANDS 7


My 7th pastel painting of Tasmania’s Midlands is a little more detailed than the other 6. I wanted to simplify the composition as much as I could, but I didn’t want to lose the integrity of the area in question. … Continue reading

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THE FUTURE?


It’s not long before we arrive back in Tasmania after our 12 month ‘gap year’ trip on the Australian mainland. It has been a wonderful experience for Val and I and I can honestly say that it has been life-changing. … Continue reading

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