Monday, February 6, 2017
Sunday, February 5, 2017
The start of Australia St with trees and market stalls from Saturday a week ago.
The Bank Hotel - last Sunday.
My hard drive died so at home I'm browsing and posting with a linux bootable usb stick without a useful image editor and occasionally editing photos on some friends' mac (thanks Brad and Karen)until I can get my hands on a new system. So everything will come in bursts for a bit
I'd started drawing this man in a hat with the beginnings of the scene below showing a bit of Newtown Community Centre when the market coordinator moved me on for being too close to the market. A bit annoying - anyway I've split the 2 halves rather than publish a huge swathe of blank paper in between
This is a version from a few days ago - I've done more since but my computer is dead, and I didn't bring an image when I edited this. (if anyone has a working and unwanted laptop I can install linux or some unix on let me know
This a landscape looking down Dowling St Woolloomooloo to the Navy wharf, for Alex, who wants me to paste HM Bark Endeavour(Captain Cook's boat) in at the focal point. I guess I could do that, and damn the anachronism
I've put together most of my recent Woolloomooloo landscapes on one page, have a look
Friday, January 27, 2017
Monday, January 23, 2017
Friday, January 20, 2017
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Monday, January 9, 2017
In fact we are forcing things so fast that the whole idea of a climatic baseline is becoming meaningless
Sunday, January 8, 2017
My parents have a house in Warabrook, once the site of Newcastle's abattoir. Around the corner is a light industrial estate of warehouse sheds including this abandoned factory(formerly Bramco I think). A few doors away, around the corner, is the Grace presbyterian church in a building that looks like a truck workshop. I kid you not.
Anyway, good settings for landscapes close at hand when I'm here, though I'm keen to get over to Kooragang sometime and paint a coal loader