A big part of life drawing is recognising one’s style and letting it emerge.
Life drawing is a valuable exercise as it is very difficult so it’s great practice for all drawing, which enables my art to be able to develop and allows me to constantly evolve how I can represent my ideas and communicate positive energy.
Here are the pieces from the latest session, I felt challenged by a busy mind, distraction from background noise and the small paper size, but pushed on and when it then came to he final piece which was A2 I am happy with the result. The final pose appeals to me as it’s a pensive, contemplative pose which captures my imagination of what the woman in my ink painting could be thinking or, better still, day dreaming about. Thinking idealistically about this is much more hope encouraging for me.
This week the Inspire by Kim exhibition ended, but the good news is that I now have artworks for sale in the shop at Airy Fairy.
Originals, canvases and framed prints are in the main shop area.
I was pleased to announce that The Little Bean Bag Cafe & Cake Emporium is displaying two prints of my paper cut pictures for sale.
Had a visit from The Small Print Company and tried typesetting and printing old style.
Worked on a new creative on two canvases in acrylic and oil paints. More on that later.
Life drawing – I drew a male model for the first time.
Now I’ll be reflecting on my exhibition, reading the lovely comments from my exhibition visitors and continuing my current project.
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