Monthly Archives: March 2014

portrait from drawing to painting

I have gone back and found progress shots of my Portrait of Julian Burnside QC a few years ago.  It started with a sitting and drawings, through working up and the final is in the portfolio:

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Squeaky bay- revisiting evolution

I saw that the images in Squeaky bay on the wall below are inverted.  So I thought I should repost new images of the progression from underpainting to finished work.  I painted this from a drawing/watercolour and laid it flat to … Continue reading

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Collonades in prism

This is an image of a drawing I finished after a trip to a friend’s house at Phillip Island.  It works a multiplicity of views into a mosaic across the page. I called it “Collonades in prism”.  This is a snap of … Continue reading

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Squeaky Bay on the wall

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