Tag Archives: symbols

Can you speak ‘Sandstone’?


I usually work in themes, a collection of drawings based on the same topic. This doesn’t ┬ámean that all my drawings look the same. The challenge is to provide a ‘link’ between each individual artwork. This is a great opportunity … Continue reading

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CHILLAGOE SERIES


I have now completed 6 drawings of slag at the former Chillagoe Smelters, about 200 klms west of Cairns in far North Queensland, Australia. These drawings may look the same and may at first be ‘boring’ in their repetition of … Continue reading

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GOOD FRIDAY


Remembering Calvary Coloured pencil on pastel board This symbolic Tasmanian landscape depicts the events of Good Friday, the most solemn day on the Christian Worship calendar. Richard

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DRAWING UPDATE


Liar, liar, liar is starting to take shape, albeit slowly. I’ve had a break from drawing during the past week and that has refreshed me and my troublesome elbow is pain-free. I’m now taking fish oil capsules and hope that … Continue reading

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MOTIVATION


Today’s featured drawing is my current project and has an interesting story behind it. I hope to finish it in a few days and I’ll post a photo and a related article. MOTIVATION Artists need both skill and motivation to … Continue reading

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