I have some days (don’t we all?) when I feel like getting out some of my ‘unfinished’ drawings and working on them for an hour or two, or three, or four …

And so it came to pass the other day I came across a drawing of a shed at Cheshunt, in Northern Tasmania. What ‘drew’ me (sorry for the pun) to this subject in the first place when I visited the property earlier in the year was the decaying state of the shed and the wonderful view through the ‘window’.

I like the crisp, hard-edged features of the building, its clean lines and the lovely light that has resulted in a number of shadows that are varied in tone. The drawing is 80 x 60 cm and once framed will be a strong visual statement.

The drawing still needs more work. Meanwhile, it once again resides in my drawing rack and patiently waits for further attention another day.


About artkleko

artist, art curator, art teacher, art judge, art critic
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