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A selection of rocks from Cow Bay in the Daintree, Far North Queensland.The original drawing ( 60 × 40 cm) is on Canson pastel board using Prismacolor pencils.
rocks, tropical, landscape, coloured pencil drawing
I derive all my inspiration for my art from the Australian landscape. I favour coloured pencils, but also delve into digital art and painting from time to time.Please visit my blog: artkleko.wordpress.com
Your Queensland Rocks series are really ‘rocking’! Lovely bright, vibrant work Richard. I do lik this one very much.
Thanks April. You must visit FNQ!
– Richard Klekociuk
Amazing realism, congratulations Richard.
Thanks so much Gary.
lights,shadows, texture, detailing…………….. kickass!!!
Richard, congratulations on the feature. Beautiful work!
Thank you so much, Shani.
AUGUST 2nd, 2011► See your work in the Permanents Featured Gallery►Please participate in the ongoing Challenges Mary
Wow, Mary! Thank you, I am very honoured to have one of my drawings selected.
Congratulations on your wonderful feature in Artists Universe ! ~ Warmest wishes ~ Lynne
Thank you, Lynne!
Wonderful rock paintings (drawings)!!! I’m just learning how to use colored pencil …it’s a challenge.
Thank you Sharon, and it’s wonderful to see that you’re using coloured pencils. I hope to have an article in Australian ARTIST magazine around next March that will feature this particular drawing in its stages of development. Please Bubblemail me if you have any questions. Regards, Richard
Wonderful piece, Richard! And I have to say that I really enjoyed your article in “Australian Artist’s” magazine! A lot of useful information and tips. and many images of your art! Thank you!I am an artist of “sticks & stones” too! :))Elena
Thanks, Elena, I’m glad you enjoyed the article.I’m a fan of your work and think it’s special and unique, as all art should be!Warmest regards, Richard
Love it, love them all!