Drawing wins Prize

My long term friends and followers know of my commitment to supporting the Aspects Art Show attached to the Goondiwindi P&A Show, held each May. This year I had no major works to send – 2020 being as it was. Instead I decided to send what I had been working on. A piece from my…

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In Fear of Mud

Qu: When is a watercolour not a watercolour Answer: When it’s a painting. There are many opinions about what constitutes a “watercolour”. There’s fine lines that must not be crossed about opacity or percentages of body colour. There’s even the historical situation of watercolour being once considered a sketching medium – the hierarchically inferior cousin…

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A day in the life of an artist

Years ago I used to tell people I worked in a bank, when I met them at parties, because it was easier than explaining that whole “artist” thing. Since then I’ve added the word “Professional” to how I describe my career. It’s made it easier. I still need to tell stories about how my day looks, this is one of those days.

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