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Tag Archives: ceramic and mosaic
Exploring Copenhagen by boat

THE ART OF TRAVELLING THE WORLD

PAINTING COMMISSIONS I am a bit lost for words actually as this is the biggest break in the blogging since I launched my artist website, so with nearly 2 months away from writing I feel slightly lost, lol.  I have been back at the easel painting furiously for the last few weeks though as I […]

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163. ART & NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS

THE ART OF TIME So another year is just about to have passed us by and a new one is on it’s way.  How did it all happen so fast, where did the year go?  There never seem to be enough days of the week or hours in a day does it?  So much to […]

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135 History of Mosaics

THE ARTWORK LAST SUPPER This work “Last Supper” is one that I have painted in acrylic and also done in ceramics and mosaic and as today’s topic for my art blog touches on the history of mosaic I thought this work would be a good one to feature. MOSAIC HISTORY The History of Mosaic seems […]

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133 Pie Floater in Acrylic or Sculpture

ACRYLIC PAINTING This acrylic painting is called the Pie Cart and I have also made a similar one in ceramic and mosaic as a commission that hung at the Adelaide Airport.  Perhaps you also have some pie carts in your town? Here in Adelaide we have had them since 1870 in Norwood and later in […]

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124 The Pedal Wireless & Public Sculpture

PUBLIC SCULPTURE Alf Traeger, “Wiring the shed to the farm house seemed a natural step to take for an inventive ten year old boy living on a farm opposite the Dalkey cemetery.  He never dreamed that these early tinkering would be so vital to a nation.  By 1927 Alf Traegar had invented the pedal wireless, […]

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55. Art & The Rise and Fall of the Tooth

ART OF PAINTING SMILES I must be very fascinated by teeth I think, as I always paint the big broad grins in all my paintings and sculptures, or is it that I want the whole world to be happy and gay the Laxit way! (to borrow from an old Australian commercial) As you can see […]

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