I always enjoy entering the many on-line art competitions. Seeing all the other artists work is an inspiration and keeps me going.
“Four Elements” the latest competition on “Exhibition Without Walls” shows some fantastic art.
I was also thrilled to get into their top 26 final images. Go to http://www.exhibitionwithoutwalls.com
At the moment I am concentrating on some fantasy art. Above is a sample “Great And Secret Show”
After just missing out on being selected to create a mural for the new Fraser Brisbane Hotel, I’ve looked around for more design projects and happily found a lot. The latest I’ll be entering is the ” 2014 Art & Engineering Global Challenge” at
It’s great to see art and engineering exploring connections. Creativity is key to innovation. how will they enhance each other in the next 50 years? How far will we travel?
It was wonderful to be a finalist in the Latest ” Exhibition Without Walls ” on-line juried competition – ” Impressions.”
My 2 entries were ” Bird’s eye view” and “Cosmos” and can be seen now at
It’s a fabulous site for digital art. They provide themes and its great to create something from them; to expand on my own ideas.
“Storm” another of the images I sent to the comp.
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My art and profile have been published in Art And Beyond publications’ latest art book ” Living Artists of Today Vol II ”
Its a compact book, with an intimate look at a group of international artists.
The open skein of vine leaf
maps the faith of monks
from fragile beginnings to the strength
and purpose of prophecy.
Blood and wine travelling the road
of pilgrimage in vessels of ceremony
as diverse as the taste on lips
of region, of the ritual passion
I have recently joined the art gallery Red opus Art Space.
Check out my latest pieces
.Afternoon Jazz Session.
Smooth reed crooning
prickles more than my skin.
You used to play, ” Strangers on The Shore.”
Each and every time a new introduction
to erratic heart tide.
You said, “improvisation’s the key.”
It wakes a chain of tears
each and every droplet a new introduction
to what is lost.
And drums sweep
a soft shuffle, poignant refrain