a few pages in one of the sketchbooks,
Pot 1 felt honest, pot 2 became a bit contrived but I pushed through and got quite a few ideas outonto clay. But it led me to do what I was aiming for which is set up a piece either […]
Following the exhibition I agreed with Isabella Della Ragione (http://www.archeologiaarborea.org/en/) that I would make some work that she could use for her on-going displays. So I visited her orchard and house several times to draw and absorb, and it feels […]
Free drawing mixed media warm up session made on Pottery course here, with Linda Styles. Drawings then cut to make book. Work fed the next clay making session.
We had a pottery workshop here with the leader Linda Styles. So wonderful to have her and her students and friends here again. So good to work with other people around me. Below is my breakthrough piece after struggling with […]
I was sent some photos of some portraits I did during my A levels in 1989. I enjoyed the finger painting the most. I was sweet 15!
Here are a few images from my sketch book drawings that have happened this year. They are ongoing and give me most pleasure. There are continual links between the 2D and 3D pieces that I wish to develop. The walking drawings, […]
You have to start somewhere, using old drawing to make small drawing collections. Sewing collage together, sewing books together, offers threads and now shadows begin to look sculptural and offer new directions. Still love the history and mystery of Blue.
My friend Lena was helping me create my portrait gallery, and I was feeling really bad because I do not have records of a lot of the good portraits. I said if I did one now it would’t look like […]
I have been playing a bit with continuing ideas and just drawing and playing with the relationships, watching it grow. The Autumn and the harvest is profoundly inspiring.
Seed pots in March, bee hives in Spring, blind searching for something; building up small pockets of time just continuing with the areas of interest; being in home we are building, finding pieces of history in the earth as we […]
An intuitive way into finding the subject. Walking and drawing (without looking at the paper,) Finding what is catching my eye.