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SMALL


Most of my coloured pencil art is fairly large compared to a lot of work that I see on the Internet. My standard size is 60 x 40 cm, but I often go to 80 x 60 cm, even 120 … Continue reading

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SINGLE SUBJECTS


I am currently working on several paintings that feature single rocks. Some are for symbolic reasons, while others are due to their patterns or textures that (in my eyes) were stand-outs on my recent 12 month stay on the mainland. … Continue reading

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A REFRESHING CHANGE


I was feeling rather ‘flat’ on Thursday and struggled to advance my latest drawing a little closer towards being finished. I managed to complete the first layer of colour and as I wasn’t inspired to keep going, I put the … Continue reading

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CHESHUNT ART CLASS 3.


Today I have posted a sample of some of the ‘research’ work that was produced at last Friday’s art class. I will post some more examples tomorrow. The artists involved had only two hours in which to produce some sketches, … Continue reading

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SKETCHING Part 4.


When I sketch, I often find myself tending to be quite aggressive with my pencils. Is this a masculine thing? Am I just frustrated? Do I sense an opportunity for complete freedom? Whatever the reasons, I always enjoy the experience … Continue reading

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