Tag Archives: watercolour

Drawings

I’ve been working at a slower pace since I finished the MA, enjoying the more simple things in life and trying not to rush around so much. I made the most of the fine weather we had recently and took … 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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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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Work in Progress

This year is the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, which enabled all men and some women over the age of 30 who met a property qualification to vote for the first time in the UK. I spent … 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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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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