Kennedy’s art without an ending

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  • Wollongong artist John Kennedy. Picture: KEN ROBERTSON

When John Kennedy begins one of his intricate, detailed drawings he rarely knows where it will take him or when it will end. In fact, he only knows a drawing is finished when he finds that he has moved on to the next one.

“It’s always very difficult to say when it ends,” the West Wollongong artist says.

“The only way I know when I’ve finished a drawing is when I naturally find a detachment and start working on another drawing.

“You could keep it going forever, really. I’ll start off just by scribbling a line and allowing the forms to happen.

“It’s like when

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