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CROSSING THE LINE


“Forest Floor, Tasmanian Highlands”  20 x 28 cms, Pablo coloured pencils on 190 gsm acid free paper Own reference and imagination. The tsunami of adult colouring books has subsided significantly in the past few months and there are many cp … Continue reading

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PENCILS PASSION PAIN


“Landscape Debris, Lake St Clair”  WIP 80 x 37cm – Coloured Pencil on Pastel Board Coloured pencils have been my preferred medium for the past 26 years. During this time I have come to know my medium well, but I’m … Continue reading

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CARBON TAX


Carbon Tacks Coloured pencil on pastel board   80 x 40 cm Global Warming is a huge issue here in Australia and opinions are varied from ‘true-believers’, those who say ‘no’ to those who are in denial (of most things). … Continue reading

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MALLACOOTA


Mallacoota is a delightful seaside village on the Southeast coast of Victoria, Australia. It’s very popular with tourists in the warmer months and was one of the best places my wife, Val and I stayed at when we recently had … 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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NEW PAINTING


The third painting for my March 2013 exhibition is finished. I have decided to include two from my recent travels, meaning that at this point in time I have 5 to exhibit. My next (6th) painting is of a group … Continue reading

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EVERY DETAIL IS IMPORTANT


It’s quite easy when painting to forget about the ‘tiny’ areas of your artwork, those that contain small objects that appear quite subtle and insignificant when compared to the larger objects on your canvas or paper. This is very true … Continue reading

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