Strange times, as they say. I’m lucky to have a garden because I’m likely to be confined to it for some while yet, but fulfilling some of the requirements of a Painting degree has been a challenge. Models/sitters? Exhibitions? Plein … Continue reading Lockdown art #One
This module has taken eighteen months, partly due to my taking too seriously tutor advice to slow down, thereby missing a deadline. It means I need to finish the next two modules in the same time. No pressure then. The Drawing unit sets out the basics of mark-making with reference to still life, landscape, the human form, and – in my case – whales. This is a detail from the larger A1 piece, made in acrylics on white cartridge selectively prepared with layers of black and white gesso for substance and texture. There are nods here to Hambling, Turner, Klee, and … Continue reading Final assignment for the Drawing module – in paint!