Tag Archives: surreal

TWIST AND SHOUT


“Twist and Shout” 80 x 50cm – Luminance and Prismacolor pencils on pastel board For the past 18 months a lot of my artwork has been about the outstanding annual display of colour at Table Cape in Tasmania’s North West, beginning … Continue reading

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THE WILD ONE


    Fantasy Landscape 2.   60 x 40 cm – Prismacolors and archival pen. I live in a conservative part of the world, was brought up in a conservative family and I led a conservative working life. Since I … Continue reading

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RESEARCH & PREPARATION


    My drawing table is ready for a new series of paintings… I’m aiming to further develop images from Central Australia in a surreal way. I have completed several paintings to date, but I’m curious to see if I … Continue reading

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MIXED MEDIA


      Pumpkinscape     60 x 40 cm Prismacolor pencils, gouache and pastel on pastel board     During the week I won the Mixed Media section of the Annual Australian Coloured Pencil Group’s Online Exhibition. I have … Continue reading

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SURREAL


Stranger on the Shore, Tatlow’s Beach, Stanley Coloured pencil on pastel board   60 x 40 cm. My latest coloured pencil painting is the third in a series  featuring a pumpkin. I love the challenge of working with an everyday … Continue reading

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BLOG POST 1,000.


Mystery Image – what is it?        Answer in Wednesday’s blog post. WHY BLOG? Initially when I commenced this blog in October 2008 I saw it as my personal visual diary, but one that I wanted to share … 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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