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A tricky composition. At the Tate Britain, having a wander, thinking about political art and depictions of war, having just seen the Aftermath exhibition of post WWI art. I’ve always liked this painting as the artist, John Singleton Copley is … Continue reading
A nice day. I was there to drop someone off at rugby. As the café was full I sat on a bench and sketched. Here’s the result with and without notation. I loved the dog Betsy who as dogs are … Continue reading
At a family BBQ with pencils and a sketchpad.
During some quiet moment I was able to sketch my children. The kids wanted to join in, hence the drawings which look like thoughts at the top of this page. These drawings are of me. The lower part of this … Continue reading
Bach versus Iggy? Measurement versus impression? Paint versus pastel?
Why not have it all. You make the rules on the page. Continue reading
These are from sketchbooks and a work notepad that accompanied me on my trips camping and to Ireland. A rainy day drawing. Reading in bed. While people were chatting… A torso. And the head to go with it. Pevensy beach. … Continue reading
15 minutes. Making the book the centre of the work, as it was the centre of concentration for the sitter. An hour while chatting. Nice to work only in (B) pencil again. Trying to get as much out of the one … Continue reading
Me and a friend go to free lunchtime recitals by the Royal College of Music at the beautiful Lincoln’s Inn Chapel. Having got there before the performance I drew without looking at the paper at all, just looking at the … Continue reading
Again I’m not sure I’ve completely captured the Doctor and his assistant, but I’m happy leaving them rather than working over them with a photograph or two to hand. Like an exam – ‘stop, times up, the show is over, … Continue reading