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BRAVING THE COLD


Top: 3 Trees, Conara. Bottom: 5 Trees, Conara. Prismacolor pencils on Canson pastel board. It’s been a particularly cold Winter here in Northern Tasmania, and I have preferred the warmth of my studio to the ‘great outdoors’. Last weekend was … Continue reading

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LANDSCAPE PRECIS


The past 2 weeks has been very rewarding for me in my quest to develop a sound portfolio to select a body of work for my next one-man show in March. It took me some time to decide what my … Continue reading

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ZEN LANDSCAPE


My 6th pastel painting in my Midlands series is devoid of the usual detail that my work contains. It is true to say that lately my work has been about ‘less’ rather than ‘more’. On the way to Hobart (Tasmania’s … Continue reading

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FORESTRY TRAUMA


The Tasmanian forestry industry is virtually at a standstill. There have been a number of factors and forces involved and its future is yet to be determined. It was appropriate that I should add today’s painting to my collection of … Continue reading

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MY RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION 8.


Today’s featured drawings are from the Southern Midlands in Tasmania. Top: Approaching Storm, Southern Midlands. Bottom: Hillside near Kempton. Tomorrow: My second favourite drawing. Richard

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DIGITAL MOOD


Afternoon Light, Southern Midlands, Tasmania. This particular digital drawing has the illusion of a strong light that has resulted in the hillside having a strong silhouette feeling. Richard

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