Sit on the shoulder of a working artist and nosy into the ups and downs of my world. Stow away on my adventures, to learn how my reportage-sketching works; watch how my picture books are created, from your spy-hole inside my studio; sneak a peak into my sketchbooks; join me on my newest exploration into the colourful world of textiles... and be there to help me tear my hair when things aren't going to plan!
A week of drawing patterns & making marks in ink, Throwing in a twist + hypothesis wrapped in an experiment: how does water alter|morph patterns? So I set about drawing repeating patterns knowing in advance that I would alter them — I like seeing how art materials react in different sit
This project is part of the Parsons "Drawing & Imaging" class that is part of the first-year curriculum. In this project, we explored different methods and techniques for black and white mark-making. In my case, I tried various drawing media on white paper and experimented with both abstract shapes and patterns and more graphic ones. Further on, we analyzed the relationship between this type of illustration and certain words and the effect value can have on them. For the first part of this…
That’s the name of the online art course I’m currently doing. Its actually ‘Perfectly Imperfect: Discovering Your Visual Language‘ run by the brilliant Lorna Crane, and so far it has been great! If you need a distraction from all the doom and gloom this course is just the thing. Not only do you get videos […]