artkleko's weblog

Blog URL:http://artkleko.wordpress.com
Blog Tags:coloured pencils, abstract art, symbolism, landscapes, Christianity, art classes
Country:Australia
State/Province:Tasmania
Location:Launceston

In this blog I share my journey as a coloured pencil artist, teacher and critic.



Latest Blog Posts



LUMINANCE PENCILS

on Sep 20, 2016 in: Art, drawing, landscape

“Tamar Valley Sky”, 27 x 35 cms Luminance coloured pencils on Canson pastel board, own reference. I have 28 brands of coloured pencils in my collection of around 3,ooo, but my favourite by far, is Luminance. Why? Lightfastness is very …...

“Tamar Valley Sky”, 27 x 35 cms Luminance coloured pencils on Canson pastel board, own reference. I have 28 brands of coloured pencils in my collection of around 3,ooo, but my favourite by far, is Luminance. Why? Lightfastness is very …...

Top: “The Secret Lake” Bottom: “The Secret Stream” Both 40 x 60 cms, coloured pencil on pastel board. Own references. This coming weekend, my wife and I are heading to Alice Springs in Central Australia for a week’s holi...

TROPICAL LIGHT

on Jul 25, 2016 in: landscape

“Rippling Light, Daintree Rainforest” 40 x 60 cms    Own Reference Luminance & Prismacolor pencils on Canson Pastel Board Landscape drawing and painting is challenging and involves the understanding, appreciation and mastery...

10 weeks after leaving Tasmania and driving 4,000 klms to Cairns, we have settled in an apartment. I have finally got my ‘pop-up studio’ fitted-out with suitable furniture and equipment. I have a borrowed easel, thanks to the Cairns Art … C...

GOODBYE TASMANIA

on May 14, 2016 in: painting, tourist

“I am an Island: Self-Portrait” 2012 40 x 60 cms, Prismacolor pencils on pastel board. Private collection, Launceston. Before the end of the month, my wife, Val and I, will be leaving Tasmania to live in Cairns. We have visited … Co...

“Reflections, Flecker Gardens” 40 x 60 cms, coloured pencil on pastel board   In 211, my wife, Val and I, spent 12 months on the Australian mainland, the vast majority in Cairns, Far North Queensland. It was indeed a wonderful …...