It was a bit windy today, and with all the debris about made it difficult to get home. I had a wonderful hour and a half bus journey next to a lady who looked like she came straight out of a 1930s film. I wanted to draw her, but didn’t think she would appreciate the reference, so had to settle for surreptitiously studying her for later records, what I now call ‘study in blue and yellow’….
I’ve been thinking about Fred Williams, an Australian artist I admire greatly, and thinking how I could distill the London landscape to its essence. Trying to figure out how to strip out all that information and leave the bare essentials. Then I get distracted by freebie models, or other passengers on the train.
Buildings don't move, people do. Urban art from Stephen Dale
Drawings + Words
I ain't got a dime
Learning to See through the Lens of Creativity
my learning journey
Illustration by Olivia Palmer
A collection of drawings capturing a little bit of London. Just because it's ace.
Drawings and illustrations
Hand-stitched collage from conked-out stuff.
mixed media from teenytinytablestudio
"I wish to do nothing for profit. I wish to live for art. I want nothing whatever. I am quite happy." —William Blake
the sketchbook of Anna Williamson
Drawings by Sally Parnis, Artist
Artist, Watercolour and mixed media
Tips and Techniques About Drawing/Painting