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Helmut Newton
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Helmut Newton (1920 – 2004) was a German-Australian fashion photographer. Newton was born in Berlin and being Jewish fled Nazi Germany at the age of 18. After arriving in Singapore he found he was able to remain there, first and … Read More

Soluble – atmospheric graphite drawing
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Sometimes I wonder if I’m the water or the tablet. An atmospheric graphite drawing of a young woman standing alone on a windy train platform, looking anxious. graphite on Canson Mei Teints textured paper 29.7 x 42cm (A3) Read More

Portrait of Picasso
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Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881 – 1973) was a Spanish painter and sculptor. One of the most recognized figures in 20th century art, he is best known as the co-founder, along with Georges Braque, of cubism. Charcoal and acrylic paint on … Read More

Watercolour Portrait – Victoria
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Sins against watercolour… I haven’t used watercolour a great deal and as you can see, I don’t exactly have a light touch. In fact, I used only enough water to move the paint… it was more like a watercolour paste … Read More

Self-Portrait @ 25
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I’m pretty sure this was the first self-portrait I ever did. It was 1989 and Martika’s ‘Toy Soldiers’ was being played on the radio seemingly every 4 minutes. I went to the hairdresser to get my waist-length hair “trimmed” and … Read More

Charcoal Portrait – Anila
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The name Anila is of Hindi origin, meaning air. Charcoal, soft pastels and coloured pencils on 225gsm paper. 42 x 59.4cm (A2) Currently listening to: Kelly Watch The Stars by Air Read More