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STYLE


Every serious artist (I hope) wants to express their art in their own unique way. It often takes years to develop a personal way of ‘seeing’. Experimentation, curiosity and discovery go hand in hand as they take on their journey … Continue reading

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UNDERSTANDING ABSTRACT ART


Teaching an appreciation and understanding of abstract art is not an easy task. I have held a number of workshops over the past few years with very pleasing results. These workshops were ‘process driven’, but in most cases they resulted … Continue reading

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SETTING GOALS Part 3.


Today’s image is a quick sketch in preparation for a drawing (40 x 60cm) which came from research for the piece I am currently working on, Liar, liar, liar. After drawing a number of cigarette butts, I thought of a … Continue reading

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SKETCHING Part 2.


Today’s featured coloured pencil drawing is a sketch of Lake Lilla at Cradle Mountain, in Tasmania. You will note that the sketching style is the same as yesterday’s featured artworks, but this time far more detail has been added. For … Continue reading

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