Tag Archives: lifedrawing

New drawings and watercolours

As the MA studies continue it is often a welcome relief to be drawing at the studio. I recently ran a monoprinting session with a life model, a simple technique of inking a plate, placing paper on top, drawing and … Continue reading

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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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New Work in Progress

I have, for some time, been concerned about the environmental impact of the textile industry and also the welfare of garment workers in many countries that we know to have terrible working conditions and low pay. I have been following … Continue reading

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