Sunday, March 26, 2017

Rough Edges Mural

nOOOOOOOOO - live of the Crate (there's another version of this painting here)

I did a couple  of small panels in a mural at Rough Edges that Stephen Corry has organised  for regulars at Rough Edges to come and paint a section. So I painted some people playing music

Marguerite Montes

Grace and Julia painting art on the mural

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

The Bakers Dozen from Wisdom Lane

The Bakers Dozen in Darlinghurst with the city behind and the freeway tunnel in front. In the 1980s it was all squats around here

Girl dancing for Martin

Martin Walsh asked me for a drawing of a dancing girl for a collage he's putting together, so I trawled the interwebs for photos and drew this

Monday, March 20, 2017

King St on Sunday night

I went out to do some portraits on King St Newtown last night. Here are some sketches of the people on the street

This is Glenn with his portrait - he was feeling down and wanted me to record that

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Marguerite and Pete at Sapphos

 Marguerite Montes and Peter Urquhart at Sapphos bar and bookshop in Glebe.

When I bring it up to date I'll add this to my bands and performance page which has links to hundreds(?) of mostly drawings of live music etc

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Trees and heads

trees and a car in front of BED in Glebe

a few fragmentary faces

Some of the base of the huge fig tree in the front of Newtown cemetery. I've been drawing and painting a few trees lately. This one will be part of a mural I'm painting in the waiting room in Newtown mission so I'll also post it over on the Newtown Last Supper blog

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Dark Ambulance

I went to Rich Machine's Dark Ambulance experimental music night at the Record Crate in Glebe . There'd been a bit of a callout for sketch artists on facebook so Geoffrey Goodes and I both did some drawings of the acts and the scene

nOOOOOOOOO - with Sim and Alex

Joe Manton and his brother- with Geoffrey Goodes drawing at the side


Matt (his hair at least) and Someone whose name I've forgotten - can someone fill me in and I'll fix this.

Ben Hingley on flute

Sebastian and Anna who I met downstairs before the show. Thanks to Sebastian for a couple of pints and paying my cover charge

Friday, March 10, 2017

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Quantum Collapse

Or else Observer effect 
The fase where our observation influence the Forcez to Manifest into a form that is understandable for the human mind . 
In this sense All creatures manifest their Reality as observe , desire and intent various manifestations of the same energies 

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Quantum Collapse

The "quantum" is just A quantity of energies synchronised into a specific freequency in Time , positioned in our dimentions thru our preconceived information . 
The eye of the observer reflects visible or not  light and more spectrums resulting to interfere / exchange information with the "observed " and so create a third New entity / spectrum/ frequency ecc 
More or less like Sex 
Two opposite forces mix and create an independent third . A baby - A new entity in 3D that initially existed only in the imagination or the Potential . ! 

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Rachel's Vista

The awesome view from the flats in Waterloo

 I could fiddle around forever with it but this is getting more finished. Earlier verions below

 I've just started this one, I might do a night view too

The Wayside Chapel

I'm painting this streetscape of the front of the Wayside Chapel in Sydney's Kings Cross for Rob, who works there. The Wayside is a community centre and KX institution providing many services to the homeless etc.

The building has changed a bit since I painted sets there in the little theatre behind the op shop in the 1990s - that was for Charles Freyberg's Saucy Blade productions including of Victor Sheehan's Flower to Furnace. I'm not sure if  that little theatre is still there. But the crowd haven't changed so much. Here are some drawings of the Wayside's got Talent cabaret last year

I'll include this in my page of Woolloomooloo landscapes as Woolo is only 100m away at the bottom of the cliff

The finished painting

nearly finished

A lot of bricks. A few people starting to appear. Now for some colour, light and shade, leaves on the tree

I did this ground on thursday, but I'm going to paint a whole more people into it yet - there's always people outside the Wayside, so I'll have plenty of models.

If you would like to commission a streetscape or portrait let me know your idea. I work from life and photos. Contact me on twitter @subgeometer and on facebook 

I also have plenty of original drawings and paintings for sale, and I'm also currently passing the hat around so I can get a replacement computer

Broomstick One - Making Climate Great Again


A couple of weeks ago using leftover paint I started this painting of Trump doing hands free flight testing on his personal ICBM . When it's finished I'll post it over on the Political Geometry blog.

Well, as long as I can pay for new computer. On my phone I can crop a photo but not set the the levels to show a drawing so I'm only putting the paintings up for now. There's a big backlog of drawings