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'Rock Ramble' - Finished!

content discovered on Thursday, August 02, 2012

'Rock Ramble' oil on stretched canvas 40 x 40cm (Sandy Creek, Kilcoy Qld.) read more »

'Rock Ramble' - Work in Progress

content discovered on Tuesday, July 31, 2012

....sketching, composing completed under-painting building up colour paint...getting the lights in. Now it's coming to life! (oil on stretched canvas - 40x40cm) read more »

'Wait Up Boof!' - Finished 'Work in Progress'

content discovered on Friday, July 27, 2012

'Wait Up Boof!' oil on stretched canvas 40 x 40cm read more »

Progress – Lines Of Me. Scarfy & Oranges.

content discovered on Sunday, July 22, 2012

Oct. 30, 2010. Oct. 31, 2010. Nov. 04, 2010. Nov. 14, 2010. Nov. 18, 2010. Completed. read more »

Work In Progress

content discovered on Thursday, July 19, 2012

.....under-painting oil on stretched canvas 40 x 40cm ......more later read more »

Encaustic Painting (Painting with Hot Wax)

content discovered on Tuesday, July 17, 2012

The History of Encaustic Encaustic painting was practiced by Greek artists as far back as the 5th century B. C. Most of our knowledge of this early use comes from the Roman historian Pliny, who wrote in the 1st century A. D.. Pliny seems to have had very little direct knowledge about studio methods, so his account of techniques and materials is sketchy. According to Pliny, encaustic was used in a variety of applications: the painting of portraits and scenes of mythology on panels, the coloring of mar... read more »

Painting with Light

content discovered on Sunday, July 15, 2012

There are tons of different ways you can incorporate this technique. You could make a music video where the band's members have ribbons of light beaming around them. Or you could give your video life by adding light painting to show character movement. Light painting can produce some amazing visual results, and with some preparation it may not be as hard as you think. Here’s what you’ll need: Stills Camera with manual settings Tripod Dark clothing A light source, preferably a flashlight, LED, gl... read more »

Painting on Water

content discovered on Thursday, July 12, 2012

This unknown artist seems to be taking the idea of watercolor quite literally. In fact, he's practicing the ancient Turkish art of Ebru, also known as paper marbling. Using water and pigment, he creates a stunning piece of art. Ebru is quite popular in Turkey and designs can be either abstract or figurative. He can watch his process in the video below: first, he deposits drops of blue color to form the background. Next, he creates multi-colored circles which he manipulates into the recognizable shapes o... read more »

Feel Like Dancing.

content discovered on Wednesday, June 27, 2012

I was so inspired by the Apple iPod Advertising Campaign featured the dark silhouetted characters against bright-colored backgrounds with white standing out iPods. The work itself was a tribute for my love to Apple and a kind of an exercise for me to get back in ‘artist-shape’ (end of last year beginning of this [...] read more »

"The Catch Up' - figurative oil painting

content discovered on Sunday, June 17, 2012

'The Catch Up' (Southbank Parklands, Brisbane) oil on stretched canvas 30 x 30cm read more »




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