Artist's Back to Basics

Always Something to See

Art in one form or another has always been a part of my life. During my school years in Melbourne I loved doing projects that involved a lot of drawing and maps. I think most of my marks came from the ability to have good looking books and projects.

My family moved to Brisbane when I was 16, and this is where I worked, married and had my two wonderful sons.

During a visit to an art exhibition at McDonnell and East in the city, where my mother was exhibiting her ceramics, I met some painters who each week got together for a painting class at Carina. They kindly invited me to join them. Pastel artist Les

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