Tag Archives: art

In with the new

I’ve been experimenting a little with some abstract watercolours: This is currently my favourite colour combination and I’m looking forward to trying out some more. I used these colours on a recent portrait: And a similar combination during a life … Continue reading

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And breathe…

Long time no post, I am almost at the end of my MA, it’s been great and I have no regrets but I’m happy it is almost done. This is one of the last pieces I made for the show, … Continue reading

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Watercolours and Drawings

The first selection of drawings from the studio for 2018:     And a photo of me at the Columbia Threadneedle Prize private view, looking awkward but happy. On until February 17th     SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave

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Watercolours and Drawings

I seem to hover somewhere between abstraction and realism, I find it hard to be abstract This drawing started as a blind contour drawing, and like most of my drawings I end up interfering to get it to look ‘right’ … Continue reading

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Life Drawing in abstraction

I attended a life class on Sunday that encouraged everyone to embrace their mistakes and question what makes a good drawing. This is often on my mind, many of my favourite drawings by other artists are ones that are misshapen, … Continue reading

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