Exhibitions

Sense of Space: Trek for Parkinson’s

30-11-2019

A demanding trek and a very successful fundraiser for research into a cure for Parkinson's Disease.

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MV Cape Don

17-11-2018

THE BITTER END The bitter end might refer to the inevitable conclusion to a difficult and sustained task taken to the limit of one's efforts. However, as I discovered during my association with the MV Cape Don, it has a nautical derivation:  A bit is a

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Fig Life

17-11-2018

Ficus Trees of the Waverton Peninsula This work describes the tangled reaching aerial roots engineered to buttress the Ficus tree’s pendulous limbs. My medium is ink stain on heavy Hahnemuhle print paper erased and overdrawn with dynamic charcoal lines. I always sketch from life and get to know my subject in the

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Trevisan Art “On the Edge”

01-07-2012

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Dettaglio

01-01-2009

You are first impressed by the scale and strength of the paintings and are then drawn in, to look more closely at the “DETTAGLIO”, the DETAIL. The Subjects for this Body of Work, are generally architectural. Familiar elements of the built environment aged and eroded with time and use. The Technique

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