Today’s view sees the drawing in its very early stages. The composition is highly detailed and is another from my Salamanca series. The design is real, not imagined. I always base my abstracts on natural or man-made objects and patterns. I think that it’s important that the work you do has meaning, firstly to you, the artist, then hopefully, to those who see it framed and hung, preferably in a suitable environment.
I will post updates as this drawing develops.
Abstract drawing in coloured pencil is not that commonly seen in galleries, but I am not daunted by this and I shall press on and see how this particular drawing develops.
Tomorrow I will begin a series of posts on abstraction with particular reference to my coloured pencil abstracts.