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Since 1993 Ian Friend has concentrated on using aqueous media on paper - including gouache, ink, casein and raw pigment, and crayon. He has sought to elevate work on paper as a primary medium rather than as an adjunct to, or preliminary study towards, another medium such as oil on canvas.

This has been reflected in the inclusion in exhibitions of national and international standing of work on paper and acquisition by public galleries and private collectors.

Ian Friend is represented by link indicatorAndrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane and
link indicatorStella Downer Fine Art, Sydney.

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View a selection of works on paper:

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Ian Friend
Decompensation episode #2 2002-2003
casein, pigment, indian ink, gouache and crayon on paper
31 x 25cm
Courtesy of Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane
Ian Friend Decompensation episode #2 2002-2003 casein, pigment, indian ink, gouache and crayon on two sheets of paper 31 x 25cm  Courtesy of Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane
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Ian Friend
Decompensation episode, diptych 2002-2003
casein, pigment, indian ink, gouache and crayon on two sheets of paper
31 x 50cm
Courtesy Stella Downer Fine Art, Sydney
Ian Friend Decompensation episode, diptych 2002-2003 casein, pigment, indian ink, gouache and crayon on two sheets of paper 31 x 50cm  Courtesy Stella Downer Fine Art, Sydney
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Ian Friend
New England #5 2005-2006
casein, pigment, indian ink, gouache and crayon on two sheets of paper
31 x 50cm
Private collection, Mansfield, Victoria
Ian Friend New England #5 2005-2006 casein, pigment, indian ink, gouache and crayon on two sheets of paper 31 x 50cm Private collection, Mansfield, Victoria
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Ian Friend
Biting the air #9 2004
watercolour, indian ink, gouache and crayon on two sheets of paper
40 x 110 cms
Private collection, Brisbane
Ian Friend Biting the air #9 2004  watercolour, indian ink, gouache  and crayon on two sheets of paper 40 x 110 cms Private collection, Brisbane
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Ian Friend
The snowdrift line #1 2002
indian ink, gouache and
crayon on two sheets of paper
52 X 152cm
Private collection, Brisbane
Ian Friend The snowdrift line #1 2002 indian ink, gouache and  crayon on two sheets of paper 52 X 152cm Private collection, Brisbane
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Ian Friend
The snowdrift line #2 2002
indian ink, gouache and crayon on two sheets of paper
52 X 152cm
Private collection, Brisbane
Ian Friend The snowdrift line #2 2002 indian ink, gouache and crayon on two sheets of paper 52 X 152cm Private collection, Brisbane
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Ian Friend
Biting the air #8 2004
watercolour, indian ink, gouache and crayon on 3 sheets of paper, 25 x 93cm Collection: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Ian Friend Biting the air #8 2004 watercolour, indian ink, gouache  and crayon on three sheets of  paper, 25 x 93cm Collection: National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
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Ian Friend
The Perfume River, Hue (For Thich Quang Duc) 2005
casein, pigment, gouache and crayon on three sheets of paper
60 x 340cm
Collection National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Ian Friend The Perfume River, Hue (For Thich Quang Duc) 2005 casein, pigment, gouache and crayon on three sheets of paper 60 x 340cm Collection National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
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Ian Friend
Joy at death itself #8 2002
indian ink, gouache and crayon on paper
152 x 102cm
Courtesy of Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane

Ian Friend Joy at death itself #8 2002 indian ink, gouache and crayon on paper 152 x 102cm Courtesy of Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane
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Ian Friend
Joy at death itself: breath 2002-2007
indian ink, gouache, crayon
152 x 204cm
Courtesy of Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane

Ian Friend Joy at death itself: breath 2002-2007 indian ink, gouache, crayon  152 x 204cm  Courtesy of Andrew Baker Art Dealer, Brisbane
   
 
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