London: Phyllida Barlow Sketch Pad

I spent nearly four hours in Phyllida Barlow's Cul de Sac mostly sketching and drawing as it helps me to see work better. In this case the sketching didn't really change my initial impression of the show but at least I feel I made a good effort to give it all my attention. I mostly …

SKETCH PAD : LONDON

Last week I posted about the Agnes Martin show at the Tate Modern in 2015. Here are some sketches I did on that trip. Some are in ink pen while the more faded ones are in pencil. The apparent areas of shading in some are as a result of lazy scanning and the use of …

DRAWING CONCLUSIONS

This is an old post from one of my other blogs that I thought might be more appropriate here. It may overlap a little with some previous posts but there are nice pictures. Some times I go out to a local cafe to sketch because it can be nice to have people around for a change …

OCTOBER MAYBE?

Today found me tired with my sore leg propped up on a stool at TBay Surf Center down at the beach. It was grey and cold, Autumn making itself felt  in the north-west wind that was speeding kite surfers over indifferent and messy waves. It's a time of year I like though and I enjoyed …