Blind continuous line drawings – suits the experience; the complete lack of control and the chaos and the speed of it all.
Then sketchy sketches, drawn fast.
This is what I have to work with.
Lyric by Georgia Fields – one of my fav somgs by her.
Back to attempting an assignment that is completely out of skill set 😛
Late July – taken on the evening she died.
If an artwork is drawn and doesn’t get scanned in and put online, does the artwork really exsist? 😛
Rearranging things and uploading drawings and sketches I have shut away in books.
I haven’t done the artwork I wanted to this year; study has been a lot, I’ve been to hospital and separate to that I was involved in a car accident. All is fine as it could be it’s just life doing life things. I have managed though and I have that.
So no big artworks yet but there are plenty of sketches, as there always is.
(And if there isn’t, that is when to be worried).
I will always have my art and I am super lucky for that.
More soon 🙂
Semester two has begun and I can see that my near future is drowning in assignments.
Wish me luck.
Greetings, happy February ( how are we here already!? )
I am running a few workshops at the Art Gallery of Ballarat – three hours of drawing fundamentals! I’ll be going through establishing horizon line, perspective, light source, basic shapes and form in order to build up a drawing with a focus on landscape. This will be taking place within the current exhibition Beating About the Bush.
The first two workshops have sold out, with February the 19th being the last remaining date. Details are here: LINKY
I am really looking forward to these 🙂