Still life studies in home studio. Before Starting new paintings in the big boy studio.
New Year new studio, Just moved in with @benfrostisdead and @arterior.australia. New art digs for the next wave. Safe to say it's mighty big and packed full of potential for 2017.
'Shower' continuing to look at the un still life. Half way between a study and a painting. Drawing on A1 2017.
'Home' I've always wanted to further dabble in still life. My home is full of energy, mainly from other people's art. It has probably gotten to a point where it does make for interesting inspiration. Decided to do a few pieces based on the still life. This is the first on paper.
2017. Let's make it fierce.
First for 2017. 'Anxiety of our time' it's nice to be drawing again. But it's a shame the first piece of the new year is so angst driven. The current state of the political climate is putting those around me on such edge, and it can't help but manifest into thinking and then into visual form
First piece for 2017. 'Anxiety of our time' it's nice to be drawing again, but it's a shame the first piece of the new year is so angst driven. The current state of the political climate is putting those around me on such edge, and it can't help but manifest into thinking and then into visual form.
year, New Fear.
Pink chair, last of the home studio studies on paper.
Starting a new series based on 'the room', emulating the modern living space, it will change as time goes on. I will look at still life composition and portraiture and a mix of both, working with shadows and colour blocks and re interpretation. Day one.
Lady in the shower. Some country side inspiration mixed with five day flu perspiration. Happy easter everyone hope it was a meaningful one. 🐣
Studio on pause as I slowly plan my next series. A concoction of photography, cinematography, still life, portraiture and reinterpretation. It's sure to put mind mind in a little spin. Which is why I'm giving myself plenty of lead time.
My grandpa passed away yesterday. He was one of the great gentlemen. A man I admired so much. A scientist. An atheist. But also an observing Christian, and a self proclaimed Muslim. He was an observer and a philosopher. He had time for everyone's ideas, and never cast judgement. He once said to me of his lifetime of scientific work in physics for the CSIRO, when I asked him about achievements he replied 'I just hope I've contributed to the debate'. He just wanted to contribute, and his humility contributed to so many people's lives. Rest in Peace Robert Godfrey Vines. I'll miss you. 💔
Lounge room study. A1 drawing. Urban still life.
'Spirit' aerosol and acrylic on wood framed 50 X 75 cm
'Fast Food Friction' 50 X 75 cm aerosol and acrylic on wood framed
'Geometric stand still' 50 X 75 cm aerosol and acrylic on wood framed.
'WHAMMM' homage to Roy Lichtenstien and American Fast Food' 50 X 75 cm acrylic aerosol on wood shadow framed.
'Fast food flow' 50 X 75 acrylic and aerosol on wood shadow framed
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