(Thomas T. Draper) _for the fine art copy

Oil painting reproductions plus frame as copies of pastels and pencil drawings on

canvas stretcher frames. Metaphors or analogies predominate plus traditional themes.

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Young Masters Gallery - established in Brisbane originally in 1978. Re-located to Noosa in 1993. Australian Business Number (ABN) 66 497 550 597. Noosa Online gallery currently

exhibiting exclusively Giclee prints on canvas of paintings, drawings and photographs by the gallery owner and director Tom Draper (Thomas T. Draper) the fourth.

Address: PO Box 1275, Noosa Heads, Queensland, 4567, Australia.

Phone Number: +61 0456 039 233. Hours: 10:30 am to 4:30 pm Tuesday - Sunday.

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Young Masters Gallery__Tom Draper artist

Tom mastered in technical drawing in his late teens, receiving highest awards and accolades for his attention to 'line'. In his

youth in retrospect when ill, which was often the case, he had found himself alone for long periods. To keep occupied he tried drawing like cartoonists do, but gave up disgusted with his attempts. Instead, drawings of helicopters seemed more interesting, consuming much of his time. It wasn't until the midd-nineteen-seventies that he found himself compelled to depict alternatively,

his worldly experiences and observations, as always, with attention to 'line'. Following images depict just THAT.