When I've got just a few minutes to spare I go to my art journal, find a blank page or a space, and doodle. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YajcO8N8cH8 These are the background layers that inspire what comes next. This is how I fill the scraps of time while I'm waiting for paint to dry, or a file to … Continue reading Doodling in between times
This Tiny Book is part of the #TinyBookCollective from Hope Fitzgerald over on Instagram. Check out her posts to see more itsy weeny books like this, and find out how to take part.
I had a really clear idea what I wanted to do with this book from (almost) the outset last year - a rambling whirl of doodles, a stream of consciousness running through the pages.
Yesterpost I showed you a black & white photo of a paint doodle and asked for guesses what the 'real' colors are. I kept you waiting longer than I intended, only cos sometimes the days gallop by and all of a sudden it's much later. So here we are, and here it is!
I love to look for connections, to explore ideas that bring more substance to the understanding I have of this brief blip of a life we have here in this world...
no , not really, I mean...really! But in series A work in progress, featuring more dictionary bits, watercolor, fountain pen doodles. Something of an underwatery feel going on this time. Working title: Syllabub Four - after the first word I spotted in the collage 🙂
I want to draw together some of leftovers and dangling ends from recent posts. The person who will enable this is Franz Ackermann. There's a charm to this portrait that hooked up in my head with the (so far very much) unconnected themes I was juggling. It was my missing link. Ackerman's brought the map … Continue reading More Than The Sum Of Its Parts – Part Next
My project is coming together, I have 3 weeks til final presentation. This is snippet of this week's doings... backgrounds for screen printing. More to come soon!
One of our major projects for this term is beginning to take shape. I'm expecting it to be a series of images (or 'outcomes') with a connecting theme - someone very special to me - as a form of memorial. Incorporating digital photo editing, screenprinting, and some painting. So here's a little bit of where … Continue reading out of the color zone