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Rambert Dance Company

I was fortunate enough to visit the Rambert Dance Company in London and draw at their rehearsal. The rehearsal was at an advanced stage so the dance was fairly polished with a lot of fast, swift movements, impossible to capture … Continue reading

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Continuing with Abstraction

I did these soon after my life drawing in abstraction session, the first five are charcoal and the last one is watercolour   I’ve reverted back a bit to more representational drawing, this one has a lot of blind contour … 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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Approaches to Drawing

I have started to teach a new 10 week course on drawing at the Camden Arts Centre. The course is titled¬†‘Approaches to drawing’¬†incorporating a wide variety of media and subjects. I have put a lot of emphasis on the fact … Continue reading

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