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A Father Son Exhibition @ Hay Shed Hill – 13th December 2014

December 13, 2014 @ 17:30 - 19:30


A Father Son ExhibitionRSVP + Enquiries: info@hayshedhill.com.au or ph 9755 6046. Please RSVP to opening for catering purposes (no charge).

Guy Little

Represents stages in life.

As I live near the beach I have included a starfish in all the drawings, can you find them?

CV Artist

5 years, Melbourne based. Life Drawing teacher at RMIT University for 5 years. Numerous group exhibitions including 2013 and 2014 Camberwell Art Shows. Awarded 2013 – 2014 Bayside City Council Artist in Residence, Brighton, Victoria.

Technical – drawing

Each drawing takes on average between 60 – 160 hours to complete. I draw in pen and ink after first sketching in pencil, using both my left and right hands. The majority of outlines, sketching and detail are done with my right hand and back up details with my left hand. I control dots at an average speed of 8 dots per second and 16 dots per second in short bursts. I alternate my draw­ings using even fractions of 1 mm line width and the next drawing will be done completely with odd fractions of 1 mm. The feel is slightly different, and can change the graduations. It also be­comes like a mandala, it is contemplative and takes me and hopefully the viewer to another place, the place one goes to when you sit under a tree and embrace the infinite.

Peter Little

Peter Little an award winning watercolour artist from Margaret River, took inspiration for this exhibition from a collection of leaves picked up during early morning walks along the rails to trails in the local forest. The leaves from the -Corymbia Calophylla-the Marri medicine tree were painted before their chemical nature changed and their colours faded away.

Drawing Life

The leaves: The transition between life on a tree and humus in the soil. To see and celebrate the natural beauty of a leaf.

The landscape : A reminder of the Gondwana Link. The Leeuwin connection to the Great Western Woodland of the Goldfields.

The quirks: The chance for exploration and to become childish again.

Next time you go for a walk pick up a gum leaf.

Information shared from the Geographe Bay Tourism Board


December 13, 2014
17:30 - 19:30
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Hay Shed Hill
511 Harmans Mill Rd.
Wilyabrup, WA 6285 Australia
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Hay Shed Hill
08 9755 6046