The Freedom School of Art started back in for another term this week. We looked at the style of Kline’s paintings…. not my total cup of tea really. But it was kind of interesting watching our teacher produce one in … Read More
A red shoe addiction can be very nasty… An obsession that can only lead down, a steamy hillside of evil shoe mayhem that one can rarely return from!
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Nothing better than watching Wilfred, having a couple of vodkas and pumping out a funky drawing… !
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Having some fun using the WACOM tablet…. it’s been too long since I fiddled with it. If you’re unfamiliar with this fine lady below… she’s commonly known as PJ Harvey. Brilliant UK singer, song writer and guitarist.
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Where I work there is a lovely and very beautiful girl called Kate. She has embarked on a bit of a modelling carreer and I just love her look. I did a painting of her awhile ago which she loved… … Read More
I’m sketching slowly but surely into my little notebook that will next year be on an exciting journey around the world.
It’s called the Sketchbook project and many many Artists of a multitude of talent are also involved. My little … Read More
Sarah just knew the promises of pearls and a seemingly romantic island getaway was too good to be true. Her Mother was right. Never trust a handsome young man in a dashing safari suit!
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Well some time ago, I asked my facebook “likers” to check out my newly designed website to find a certain piece of information.. with clues strewn into the statement…. one of my work colleagues.. launched enthusiastically into the challenge and … Read More
The streets of Fremantle have many fine pieces of street art… this is one of my favourites… don’t mind the door either 🙂
Also check out latest piece completed at the Freedom school of art this week! I’m starting to … Read More
Basing my colours from the awnings just outside where our painting class is held… I do love this colour green… coupled with the rust colours.. I could do a bunch of different versions of this and never get bored.
This Saturday class has been an interesting and thought provoking way of looking at how I paint and visualise images. I have always liked concentrating in on patterns of the every day world, so I’ve quite enjoyed trying on different … Read More