An exhibition of paintings and drawings related to the practice based research of myself and Victoria Coyle.
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Thanks to all the students who were involved in the Renaissance style drawing classes supported by the Da Vinci’s Demons production team. Here are some of my Renaissance efforts that are being used for set dressing. Some of these are … Continue reading
Diane; Resting on a Right Angle
Happy Christmas. Tattoo drawing on practice skin.
Pippa Extended Drawing; Reclining Kick. Underneath is the canvass- prepped and ready to paint.
The life drawing room with Diane modelling. There was no underdrawing, worked directly with the tattoo machine. Very raw at this stage – will work on it some more and re-post. Haven’t quite got to grips with my new shader … Continue reading
All very new and although the drawing is overworked in areas, this was an exercise in treating the tattoo machine (and practice skin) as traditional drawing media….. and it was fun!
Above: Compositonal charcoal and acrylic study; Emma Extended Drawing Underneath is the prep drawing on the first canvas panel, ready to paint.
Royal College of Art, 18-19 November 2011 The Edge of Our Thinking Conference The Edge of Our Thinking is an inaugural student-led research conference investigating a range of current perspective in art and design. Professional researchers and research students from … Continue reading
Amazing gallery. Spent and intense and inspiring day here. Loved the room full of her beautiful, senstive and vibrant observational drawings. http://www.casadashistoriaspaularego.com/ Is it me or is there a spooky resemblence between this figure and Nick Cave?Nick Cave … Continue reading