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Late night collage nonsense in sepia.

This is one of 5 or 6 in a series I made from just two books.  They were actually black and white but I changed them to sepia digitally.


Just having a bit of fun with the cliche scale of people and objects.  I never tire of the absurdity of unexpected scale.

More of these on instagram annewarrenart.

These are not in Canberra but I will be in Tuggeranong early in October.  Please come along and see my exhibition.  Come and say hello at the Opening night  Thursday 4th October at 6pm.  black and white 5 bridge

Julia is just six years of age and look at her beautiful pastel and ink artwork.

My studio had to be redesigned to fit in the enormous map drawers that I recently acquired. It was so hard to eliminate things from the studio as you never know when you might need them again.  I even reduced the size of the table for more floor space.  Still in progress but definitely a nice place to work in.

I recently purchased sennelier oil pastels as I will be teaching a workshop soon and wanted to know the difference between the cheap or student oil pastels and quality ones.  As they say, chalk and cheese.  The sennelier are beautiful to use, soft and creamy.  I made a couple of sample pics and then decided to make an abstract which requires a looser style.  I broke three pastels doing this.  I tried out some techniques using pastels and ink with my beautiful niece Julia.

st 1  studio 4 drawers studio julia STUDIO LIFEThese are my little still life pastel and ink drawings.

John Malone

playful panda

To Pikap Community - Art In Thessaloniki

Μια προσπάθεια συγκέντρωσης και παρουσίασης της εικαστικής καλλιτεχνικής δημιουργίας στην πόλη της Θεσσαλονίκης. An attempt to assemble and present the visual artistic creation in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece.

Life with Leonie

A personal account of my experiences and adventures, starting with my move to Melbourne Australia to live and study for the next 5 months.

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