Author Archives: Trevor Mill

About Trevor Mill

This is my work. Art & Design. The fruits of my labour. Commissions / projects welcome.

Gallery studies. Epstein, Van Gogh and Bacon.

Study of The Visitation, a sculpture by Jacob Epstein. Pencil on sketchbook. Made by standing infront of the work in the Tate Britain (while overhearing Simon Schama enthuse on David Bomberg, which made me very happy). I really like the … Continue reading

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Life Drawing. Canvas & blue tape.

The Blue Look. Acrylic and pencil on canvas.This was an old canvas painted a light turquoise-blue. The composition has a lot of movement for a seated pose with strong light.I now have my easel near my work desk so I … Continue reading

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Life Drawing. The Collector.

The Collector.Acrylic and a little charcoal and pencil over an old painting on paper.The model moved to a new pose every five minutes, picking up objects arranged in front of him. As you can see the choice was made to … Continue reading

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Life Drawing. The Unknowable.

The Unknowable.Acrylics, pencils, chalks and oil paint on paper.The pose was so good I kept on going back to this 30 minute study, trying to get it to a state I was happy with.I’ve been letting this artwork take it’s … Continue reading

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Life Drawing. Model & Artist.

Model & Artist. Oil pastel on paper. 30 minutes.Nice and quick.

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Life Drawing. The look.

The Look.Charcoal, chalk and oil pastel on sugar paper. 30 minutes.Not much to say on this one.

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Life Drawing. Contemplation of chance in painting.

Contemplation of chance in painting.Acrylic, oil pastel, charcoal and pencil on paper.This painting had four different stages. 1. The smaller figure was made months ago.2. The wine red acrylic was slapped on, again months ago. It was then put in … Continue reading

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