Sketchbook drawings from Turkey

I didn’t produce as many watercolours as I had intended during my trip to Turkey this year:

I found myself more engaged with my sketchbook:


I like the pebbles here, they often have a white line running through them, I think it is marble but I’m not sure. The sea is so clear, I shall miss it:








About Shelley Morrow

Since 2011 I have been predominantly a figurative artist with an interest in conveying expression, movement and gesture. I take the drawings I make and explore them through various processes, particularly embroidery, textiles and etchings. I graduated with a BA in Fine Art at Camberwell School of Art in 1990 and currently taking my MA in Fine Art at Brighton University. I also work at Draw in Brighton, running and teaching Life Drawing sessions
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7 Responses to Sketchbook drawings from Turkey

  1. Joy Gretton says:

    Sounds that you’ve had a lovely trip to Turkey – and long this time! Sketches look great – shall look forward to seeing the watercolours – and you – when you’re back. With love, joy

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  2. Sigrun says:

    Such wonderful sketches!

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  3. Phil says:

    Lovely sketches Shelley 🙂
    Kind regards


  4. VoodooDollGirl says:

    These sketches are fab – reminds me of watching my aunt using watercolours to create sketches of the landscape while on holiday in Crete when I was really young.


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