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BIRO DRAWING


The humble biro is a great drawing tool. Its versatility makes it an important weapon in an artist’s arsenal. Today’s featured drawings were all done on cartridge paper with an extra sheet of paper underneath that acted as a cushion … Continue reading

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WATER IN LINE


Nearly all of my art is in colour, but now and then I like to draw using only line. It’s how I started my art over 50 years ago and it’s still something I enjoy. Drawing this way is about … Continue reading

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THE VALUE OF LINE 1.


Artists should never underestimate the value and power of line. This really came home to me on Wednesday when I was putting the finishing touches to Suzanne Hennessy’s exhibition Musical Moments. As you will read in my exhibition review (coming … Continue reading

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