Franklin Carmichael | Autumn in Orillia, 1924
Richard Diebenkorn When we can interpret a piece of art based upon all the millions of familiar variables we each contain in our memories, it is the absolute highest level on enjoyment of the visuals that surround us. K.W.
blastedheath: Brett Whiteley (Australian, 1939-1992), View of the Paddocks, 1979. Ink on board, 41 x 43 cm.
Brett Whiteley....probably my favourite artist
BRETT WHITELEY, LINDFIELD GARDENS, colour screenprint in 2 colours with offset lithography, 1978
Dennis Campay, Will Call, 2012, 30 x 40 inches, pen and ink
yama-bato: BRETT WHITELEY (1939-1992) - View of the Garden, 1977 67.0 x 47.0 cm
On the Highway. Ink on paper: Brett Whiteley
Palisade #2 72x30 2009 conte crayon on paper