Tag Archives: waterfall

PUBLISHED


On Monday I received copies of the latest edition of With Love to the World, a quarterly Christian Magazine produced in Australia. One of my paintings from the Liffey Valley was featured on the cover. It’s a great feeling seeing … Continue reading

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THUNDERING WATER


The Barron Falls between Cairns and Kuranda in Far North Queensland is a magnificent site when the Barron River is flowing strongly. The sound, the spray and the sight of so much water cascading over ancient rocks is truly awesome. … 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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ARTISTS OF THE NORTH EXHIBITION


In its seventh year, the Artists of the North Exhibition is the largest local art exhibition in Northern Queensland. All mediums and facets of art are encouraged, both 2D and 3D. Artists wishing to enter must be a member of … Continue reading

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VERTICAL 1.


St. Columba Falls is situated in the Northeast Highlands of Tasmania and as an art subject, it’s a good example of the ideal ‘vertical’ composition. The power and indeed majesty, of this waterfall can only be expressed in vertical format. … Continue reading

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BLACKLEAD PENCILS Part 5.


Not all blacklead pencil drawings are drawn on paper. Have you ever thought of mountboard? Today’s featured drawing is of the Liffey Falls, in Northern Tasmania. For this work I used a piece of white mountboard. The reason for this … Continue reading

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ARTIST’S ELBOW?


I’ve been struggling during the past week with tennis elbow, due I fear to a recent session I had with a tree and a pruning saw. At times the pain I endured was quite severe and so I finally took … Continue reading

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