Small & detailed illustration to convey Teo Treloar’s ideas drawn from literature, science & philosophy. He is a lecturer in visual art, Univ. of Wollongong, Sydney. See Blogroll for a link.

 The Bridge, 2012 Watercolour, ink and pencil on paper  

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 A Small Victory 3, 2012 Watercolour, ink and pencil on paper  

 A Small Victory #1, 2012 pencil, watercolour and ink on Arches paper.

 The Bridge II, 2012 Watercolour, ink and pencil on paper

A Small Victory: Watercolour, ink and pencil on paper /

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 The Science "The Duel" 2012, 370x450mm pencil and watercolour on Arches paper.

 The Science 6, 2010 Pencil, watercolour, ink and oil on paper

 The Science 2, 2010 Pencil, watercolour, ink and oil on paper

 The Shape, 2010 Pencil, watercolour, ink and oil on paper

The Science: Pencil, watercolour, ink and oil on paper /

 A Willingness to Forget 2 2013, 270x290mm Pencil and watercolour on Arches paper.

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A Willingness to Forget: Pencil and watercolour on Arches paper /

 The Kingdom #1, 2013 pencil, watercolour, ink, bees wax and oil on Arches paper.  

The Kingdom: Pencil, watercolour, ink, bees wax and oil on Arches paper /

 This is Not Show Business #3, 2013 pencil, watercolour, ink, bees wax and oil on Arches paper.  

This is Not Show Business: Pencil, watercolour, ink, bees wax and oil on Arches paper /

Black Geometry, Pencil on Paper, 2015, 210x200mm

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Black Geometry: Pencil on Paper – “The work Black Geometry is produced as a primary investigation into drawing and done with the traditional approach of utilising graphite on paper. Further, the work has a focus on the concept of existentialism as its core thematic element. This is done in context of Soren Kierkgaard’s idea that “subjectivity is truth” and “truth is subjectivity” /

"The Blind Leading the Blind" 2014

The Blind Leading the Blind: Pencil on paper

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