Monthly Archives: November 2016

Guiding Lights

Electricity powers lights which, in turn, empower people to walk around (usually safely) after dark.  Rue Quincampoix, a medieval street in the Temple area of Paris, never looked like this in any time other than our own.  This long narrow … Continue reading

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Somewhere

Somewhere in Paris.   Friday 22nd October around dusk – I walk into Saint Germain des Prés specifically to photograph its streets as the light changes. “Somewhere” is the first drawing in what I hope will be an impressionistic Paris series.  … Continue reading

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Liberation

On a rainy spring day at the port of Fremantle, a crested tern takes off.   I worked on this drawing during my September art exhibition, only returning to finish it yesterday. After my sense of gloom at world events this … Continue reading

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Cool Parisian Shop Dogs

I have just returned from two weeks in Paris.  It was a photographic material-gathering trip for new drawings.  While looking for inspiration, sometimes I took photos just for fun.  Below are three stylish Paris dogs in their super-cool shops. Most … Continue reading

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