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Published: 22-10-2020

Creating Tussie Mussies

Thank you BLUETHUMB Art Gallery for selecting my Cyanotype as part of the small curation¬†titled Unbe-leaf-able Art curated by Megan George, and published last week. I’m so excited to have my work with these amazing artworks featuring leaves. Click Here to view the collection. Especially thrilled to have it as one of the four feature…
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Published: 14-10-2020

Step-by-Step

I’ve been working on this painting for nearly three weeks now. The layering of colours takes time as some layers need to cure for days before the next layers are added. It is from my walk last month through the beautiful Mary Cairncross Rainforest at Maleny.¬† I have started off very lightly with graphite and…
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Published: 9-10-2020

Checking Tone

To check tonal values in your painting it is easy to take a phone snap and convert it to Black and White. This is especially handy for landscapes with depth/perspective to check that the distant tones ARE distant. For this image it helped me see that the structure was forming how I wanted it to….
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Published: 9-10-2020

Mixing Acrylic Paints

Today I’ve been adding more thin layers to a rain forest painting – inspired by my recent walk/resource gathering at Mary Cairncross Reserve, Maleny. I’m working on beautiful W & N stretched cotton canvas, 20 x 20 inch, and using artist quality acrylic paints and mediums. The cotton really lends itself to this light style…
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Published: 29-09-2020
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